This thesis deals with the topic of iatrogenic late effects of childhood and adolescent cancer treatment. Although the treatment of children and adolescents with cancer has been increasingly successful over the last few decades, the aggressive treament modalities needed to achieve this improvement may produce adverse late effects that interfere with quality of life or even may be life-treatening. The pattern of late effects includes a variety of mild and severe morbidity. Zie: Summary
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