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LATER outpatient clinic

The Princess Máxima Center has a LATER outpatient clinic for former patients who have been cured of cancer. Here, we focus on late effects of a treatment. 

Why is the LATER outpatient clinic necessary?

Given that the number of childhood cancer survivors has increased, long-term side effects have emerged. These side effects deserve attention. It is known that 70% of all childhood cancer survivors develop one or more serious health issues. This is precisely why we have a team of experts at the Princess Máxima Center that regularly performs check-ups on survivors. In addition to this medical care, other important areas of interest of the LATER outpatient clinic include social and psychological care in combination with contact with fellow patients.

More info 
More information about childhood cancer and late effects can be read on the website of the Netherlands Paediatric Oncology Foundation (SKION, Stichting Kinderoncologie Nederland in Dutch) or at VOX, the network of people who had cancer as a child and part of the Assocation of Parents, Children and Cancer (VOKK, Verening Ouder Kinderen en Kanker in Dutch). You can also contact VOX if you want to come in contact with other people who have had childcancer. 

Contact Details

Phone 088-9727272


Team LATER outpatient clinic