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Late Effects Tracker

The most common late and long-term effects of leukemia and leukemia therapy are related to the kind of cancer you had or the specific treatments you received. Late effects often occur because the treatments used to kill cancer cells can sometimes damage or kill healthy cells.

To find out more about the most common late effects among childhood and adult leukemia survivors, you can search our Late Effects Tracker by common leukemia type or by treatment.

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