Childhood Cancer Survivors May Be More Likely To Be Treated For Later Mental Health Disorder.

Reuters (9/20, Raven) reports that research published in The Lancet Oncology suggests that individuals who had cancer when they were children may have a higher likelihood of being treated for a mental health disorder later on. The study included more than 7,000 individuals who had been treated for cancer as children.

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— “Mental disorder treatment common after childhood cancer, “Kathleen Raven, Reuters, September 19, 2013.

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