Cancer survivors may suffer later health problems, such as learning disabilities, heart disease, kidney disorders and additional cancers. Dr. Eric Chow is a nationally known expert in the late effects faced by survivors of childhood cancer.
His research aims to identify risk factors or early signs of aftereffects of treatment. Finding people at risk early could mean starting care to prevent or lessen these late effects. Chow is medical director of our Cancer Survivor Program.
Read about his research to improve cancer survivors’ quality of life.