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New & Now – Four Innovative Studies that are Changing the Landscape of Care


Presentation Description:
This presentation highlighted four innovative studies that are having a major impact on the diagnosis and/or treatment of childhood cancer.

Impact of Ethnicity on the Donor Search for Pediatric Patients Considered for Stem Cell Transplantation

Speaker:
Julia DiLabio, MSc, MD Candidate
University of Toronto, Toronto

Neuropathic Pain Related to Vincristine: A Pediatric Descriptive Study

Speakers:
Catherine Goudie, MD
Fellow in Pediatric Hematology-Oncology
McGill University, Montreal

Christine Racette, MD
Pediatric Resident
Laval University, Quebec City

Bringing 131I-MIBG Therapy Closer to Home

Speaker:
Denise Mills, RN(EC), MN, NP Pediatrics, CPN, ACNP
Division of Haematology/Oncology
The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto

Relations Among Anxiety and Depression, Autonomy and Mothers’ Overprotective Parenting Practices in Young Adult Survivors of Childhood Cancer

Speaker:
Amanda Sherman, MA, PhD Candidate
Department of Psychology, University of Toronto, Toronto
POGO Research Fellow

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