Is it my imagination or are we seeing more Rhabdo cases in ‘older’ individuals?
We all know that Rhabdomyosarcoma is classified as a childhood cancer. It seems to me that we have been hearing more and more about cases of Rhabdo in older - teens and young adults - individuals. Most treatment protocols are based on childhood cases and provided in the children's area of the hospital.
Is this something that we - our Scientific Advisory Council - should be looking into?
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