The Australian and New Zealand Cardio-Oncology Registry (ACOR) is calling for clinicians to refer children, adolescents and young adult survivors of childhood cancer to the registry and biobank. The registry aims to provide the infrastructure to systematically document the cancer therapy-related cardiac dysfunction (CTRCD) phenotype following exposure to chemotherapy and other cardiotoxic drugs. It will ...
Australia’s Cardio-Oncology Registry to focus on children and young adults
By Mardi Chapman
21 Jan 2020