Communications Medicine

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Identifying causal relationships of cancer treatment and long-term health effects among 5-year survivors of childhood cancer in Southern Sweden

Survival after childhood cancer has improved but adverse so-called late effects are evident. Research on late effects can improve treatments and follow-up. Our study developed and used a method, based on AI techniques, to make causal associations between childhood cancer, treatments, and outcomes.
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Mar 03, 2022