Making Better Drugs for Children with Cancer

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Cancer and Children

Cancer during childhood and adolescence has been transformed since the 1950s from a death sentence into long-term survival for most who get state-of-the-art treatment. Success has come mainly through more intense use of decades-old drugs developed originally for adult cancers.

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