Detecting Damage from Chemo in Kids


By Molly Clifton

A Canadian study finds MRI scans of children who underwent chemotherapy can detect early changes in their hearts.

Researchers say their findings are important because detecting damage at an early stage is critical for these children so they can start treatment.


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