Survival rates drop significantly compared to older adults
When a second cancer strikes, it tends to be far more deadly in the young, a new study reveals.
The findings may help explain the poor outcomes of younger cancer patients overall, the researchers added.
The researchers also found that survival odds for nearly all types of cancer are better for an initial cancer than for a second, unrelated cancer. That difference is greatest among patients younger than 40, the study authors said.
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