Childhood Cancer: A Multi-Disciplinary Perpective

January 8, 2008 by  
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Chronic Illness is a journal that focuses on multi-disciplinary approaches to disease treatment and management.  This month, the journal focuses on childhood cancer.

Articles are available to the public for free viewing until May. I’ve listed links to them below, and I’ve found them to be a good mix of original scientific research, clinical observation, and the often forgotten patient / caregiver perspective. Definitely the best multi-disciplinary “round up” of current articles that I’ve seen on childhood cancer recently — check them out if you get a chance!

Chronic Illness: December 2007, Volume 3, No. 4

Between Remission and Cure: Patients, Practitioners, and the Transformation of Leukaemia in the Late Twentieth Century by Emm Barnes | pdf

The Biographical Impact of Teenage & Adolescent Cancer by Anne Grinyer | pdf

‘Having Cancer Changed My Life, and Changed My Life Forever’:  Survival, Illness Legacy and Service Provision Following Cancer in Childhood by Sarah Drew | pdf

Poking Pandora in the Eye by Katie Knight and Dave Knight | pdf

The Parents’ Story by Mary Fox and Andrew Fox | pdf

Towards a New Era of Tissue-Based Diagnosis and Research by N.J. Sebire and M. Dixon-Woods | pdf

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