Digital cameras and smart phones may help diagnose the most common form of pediatric eye cancer.
Early outpatient management of low-risk febrile neutropenia with oral or IV antibiotics is emerging as a potential alternative to traditional prolonged IV-only therapy.
Results from a new study could benefit some children with high-risk AML. A therapeutic regimen that combined the GO with conventional three-drug chemotherapy was associated with improved survival in children with AML who underwent bone marrow transplantation.
Advances in targeted therapy for pediatric patients were presented at the AACR Special Conference on Pediatric Cancer.
Modifiable cardiovascular risk factors contribute to the development of major cardiac events in adult survivors of childhood cancer, a JCO study has found.
Although the use of CT scans in children is often necessary for diagnosis of a particular condition, overexposure to radiation can increase their risk for cancer.
Irradiation from diagnostic computed tomography scans is associated with an increased risk of cancer among children and adolescents exposed to CT.