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- Key Statistics for Cancers in Adolescents
- Risk Factors and Causes of Cancers in Adolescents
- Can Cancers in Adolescents Be Prevented?
- Finding Cancer in Adolescents
- Treating Cancers in Adolescents
- Late and Long-term Effects of Cancer Treatment in Adolescents
- Special Issues for Adolescents With Cancer
- References: Cancer in Adolescents