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Although diagnosis and management of functional and neoplastic long-term consequences of cancer therapy are comparable to other causes of endocrine disorders, cancer survivors need individually structured follow-up care in specialized surveillance centers to improve care for this rapidly growing group of patients.
In the last few years, a series of articles has unveiled a previous unknown relation of these kinases with metabolic regulation and the homeostasis of metabolic tissues. The aim of this review is to bring together this body of data to provide a detailed picture of the current knowledge about these proteins, metabolism, and some of the associated diseases.
In this review, important issues pertaining to the treatment of children with CPP are discussed.
Although survivors had lower levels of AMH and AFC at the time of enrollment, the rate of change of AMH and AFC is not significantly different than similar-aged controls.