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Scholars Academic Journal of Pharmacy | Volume-12 | Issue-03
Pediatric Cancer Types, Diagnosis, and Treatment
Yazan Kamal Adil Alnasser
Published: March 11, 2023 | 50 47
The current study's objective was to conduct a review study on pediatric malignancies from several angles, including kinds, diagnosis, and treatment. In order to accomplish this, the primary data sources, including Google, GoogleScholar, Sciencedirect, PubMed, and others, were examined. The findings of this study demonstrated that, despite being uncommon, childhood malignancies are lethal once they manifest. His study's findings also demonstrated the presence of therapy choices and diagnostic technologies that increase survival rates to above 80% of cases. Hence, pediatric cancer affects youngsters under the age of 18. Each form of pediatric cancer has a unique set of symptoms and available therapies. Juvenile cancer can be challenging to diagnose and is typically detected by physical examinations, blood tests, imaging scans, and biopsies. Pediatric cancer treatment is determined by the type, stage, age, and condition of the child. The prognosis for pediatric cancer has significantly improved thanks to recent developments in diagnosis and treatment.