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Author: García Robles, Rocío
Cagigas Muñiz, Daniel
Romero Ternero, María del Carmen
Rivera Romero, Octavio
Coordinator/Director: Hero Multidisciplinary Research Group
Department: Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Tecnología Electrónica
Date: 2016
Published in: HERO 2016: 1st international conference on long-term effects of childhood cancer treatment: neurocognitive side effects (2016),
Document type: Presentation
Abstract: Survival of childhood cancer has grown thanks to more effective but more aggressive treatments. As their life expectancy has increased, they have discovered important long-­‐term side effects that significantly limit their quality of life: cognitive, linguistic, physical, and social effects. The most significant problems are related to language and communication, which prevent the child from expressing himself properly, having difficulty finding the right word. This poster presents some possible computer mediated solutions to improve children cancer survivors’ quality of life.
Cite: García Robles, R., Cagigas Muñiz, D., Romero Ternero, M.d.C. y Rivera Romero, O. (2016). How Can Computer Science Help Cancer Survivors Children?. En HERO 2016: 1st international conference on long-term effects of childhood cancer treatment: neurocognitive side effects, Sevilla, España.
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11441/60237

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