Childhood cancer survivors go on to have healthy newborns

10/7/2009 | Yahoo!

Data from two U.S. studies showed most people who survive childhood cancers go on to have normal pregnancies and healthy children. Infants of cancer survivors had a higher risk of preterm birth and lower birth weights but were not more likely to die, have birth defects or to be small for gestational age.

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