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Childhood Cancer Survivors Turn to Primary Care as Adults

Adults who have survived childhood cancer are at high risk for serious illness but typically are not followed by an adult oncologist. You are likely to see the first suspicious signs.

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Adults who have survived childhood cancer are at high risk for serious illness but typically are not followed by an adult oncologist. You may be the first to see suspicious signs. Would you know how to proceed?

Nope. No more open-ended questions that may invite wandering answers. Who has time when the double-booked patient sits in the exam room next door?

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