The odds of being unemployed were eight times higher among childhood cancer survivors age 25 and older with poor health compared with those cancer survivors in good health, according to a study in Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention. Childhood cancer survivors with neurocognitive problems were more likely to have low-skilled jobs or part-time employment and less likely to get professional positions, the study found.

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