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Almost one in five young children with cancer suffers from a trauma disorder

The diagnosis and treatment of cancer does not only trigger posttraumatic stress disorder in adults and older children; infants and toddlers with cancer also suffer from trauma disorders, as researchers show in a new study. This discovery should be taken into account while treating children to prevent them from developing long-term psychological disorders.
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