Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) in Children – After Treatment

After Treatment

Late Effects of ALL Treatment

The potential late effects following treatment for ALL depend on the therapy used and the age at which it was given, as well as many other factors.

There are several resources for survivors of childhood cancer. The Childhood Cancer Survivor Long-Term Follow-Up Guidelines, available at, is a comprehensive set of healthcare screening guidelines designed for use by health care providers. In addition to the guidelines for healthcare providers, there is a series of Health Links that contain important information for patients regarding their long-term health. These Health Links cover a wide range of topics to assist patients in managing their ongoing health care. Your healthcare provider can review them with you.

Survivors of all cancers will benefit from learning more about the following topics:

You can also learn about some of the more common issues of concern to survivors of ALL by clicking on any of the following:

Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) in Children – After Treatment was last modified: November 19th, 2014 by Geoff Duncan

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