Children genetically prone to cancer benefit from early standardized surveillance

Recent advances in genomic sequencing have revealed that 5–15% of children with cancer have an underlying genetic predisposition. Although genetic predispositions increase the risk for new tumors, it has been unclear when to begin surveillance for these tumors.

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