Introduction. Over the past decades, advances in diagnosis, treatment methods, and accurate selection of therapy have led to a significant increase in survival after cancer in children, which raises concerns about the long-term consequences that may affect the health of these patients in the future. Models of care may include specialized care, general cancer care, and/or social care. Aim: analysis of publications about long-term somatic, oncological and socio-economic consequences of oncological diseases in childhood. Materials and methods. We conducted a literature search in the databases PubMed, Scopus, Web of Science, Embase. A combination of key words and terms of medical subject headings (MeSH) related to the topic under study is compiled. The search revealed 939 publications. The current review includes 71 publications. Results. This review includes an analysis of publications on the long-term somatic and oncological consequences of childhood cancer, and the socioeconomic consequences of diseases. Models of care, risk stratification of long-term effects of childhood cancer, organizing a care system for this category of patients, general recommendations for medical staff caring for this category of patients are presented. Conclusion. Caring for children with cancer may include specialty care, general cancer care, and/or social care. Population-based studies are needed that allow for longitudinal long-term follow-up of the health status of childhood cancer survivors.
Aigul Kaliyeva1, Assiya Turgambayeva1, Kuat D. Akimzhanov2, Oxana A. Yurkovskaya2, Saltanat M. Adilgozhina2, Laura A. Pak2, Maksim R. Pivin2, Zhandulla Nakipov1, Gaukhar Dauletova1, Gaukhar Saurbayeva1, 1 NJSC "Astana Medical University", Astana, Republic of Kazakhstan. 2 NJSC "Semey Medical University", Semey, Republic of Kazakhstan
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