January 2, 2014 make lash
By Dennis Thompson
HealthDay Reporter grey active ultra
MONDAY, Jan. 6, 2014 Improved treatment of childhood cancer has led to an unprecedented health care problem, with primary care physicians unprepared to care for the special medical needs of adult cancer survivors, researchers report. grey active ultra
A survey of internists primary care doctors for adults found that most physicians were not comfortable caring for adult survivors of childhood cancer. http://greyactiveultra.com.hr/
Most also were unfamiliar with the special needs these patients have because of their cancer treatment, according to findings published Jan.