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Frequently asked questions about DNA damage due to chemotherapy

In a new study, researchers found evidence that chemotherapy leads to accelerated DNA aging in healthy cells of children treated with chemotherapy. This aging contributes to the increased risk of developing a new, second cancer in childhood cancer survivors. That risk is very low, but about five to six times greater than in the 'normal' population.

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