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Osteosarcoma - Childhood - After Treatment

ON THIS PAGE: You will read about your child’s medical care after cancer treatment is finished and why this follow-up care is important. To see other pages, use the menu on the side of your screen.

After treatment for osteosarcoma ends, talk with your child’s doctor about developing a follow-up care plan. This plan may include regular physical examinations and/or medical tests to monitor your child’s recovery for the coming months and years. All children and teens treated for osteosarcoma should have life-long, follow-up care.

Pleuropulmonary Blastoma - Childhood - After Treatment

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After treatment for PPB ends, talk with your child’s doctor about developing a follow-up care plan. This plan may include regular physical examinations and/or medical tests to monitor your child’s recovery for the coming months and years. All children treated for a tumor, including PPB, should have life-long, follow-up care.

Retinoblastoma - Childhood - After Treatment

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After treatment for retinoblastoma ends, talk with your child’s doctor about developing a follow-up care plan. This plan may include regular physical examinations and/or medical tests to monitor your child’s recovery for the coming months and years. All children treated for cancer, including retinoblastoma, should have life-long, follow-up care.

Medulloblastoma - Childhood - After Treatment

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After treatment for medulloblastoma ends, talk with your child’s doctor about developing a follow-up care plan. This plan may include regular physical examinations and/or medical tests to monitor your child’s recovery for the coming months and years. All children treated for a CNS tumor, including medulloblastoma, should have life-long, follow-up care.

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