By the time they reach 40, survivors of childhood cancers are likely to have at least one chronic health problem resulting from their treatment. The search is now on for ways to help people manage their risk and get appropriate care.
Understanding the impact of treating the mother on the long-term health of her unborn child has long been held back by logistical and ethical obstacles to
researching this rare patient population. FrĂ©dĂ©ric Amant took up the challenge.