ADHD drug reduces attention problems in young cancer survivors

09/27/2010 | Reuters

Pediatric cancer survivors who suffer from memory, attention and behavior problems after treatment may get help a drug used to treat attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, researchers said. Evidence from a clinical trial found that methylphenidate -- sold as Ritalin and Concerta -- helped reduce symptoms in some children who took the drug for a year.

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