Previous work has begun to describe the risks of cardiovascular disease appearing as long-term adverse health effects following treatment for childhood and young adult cancer in Yorkshire, UK (1). This has been undertaken through electronic linkage between the Yorkshire Specialist Register of Cancer in Children and Young People (2) and hospital episode statistics (HES) data (1).
<p>We propose to develop this analysis further by incorporating more up-to-date information on HES admissions for the Yorkshire cohort, examine the risks of cardiovascular and metabolic disease (3) and describe the clinical pathways leading up and beyond the cardiovascular diagnosis to understand the management of these conditions.</p> <p>The supervisory team comprises cancer and cardiovascular epidemiologists, statisticians and clinicians alongside experts in data linkage through whom you will develop both your clinical, epidemiological and data analytic skills.</p> <h3>References:</h3> <p>van Laar M, Feltbower RG, Gale CP, Bowen DT, Oliver SE, Glaser A. Cardiovascular sequelae in long-term survivors of young peoples‘ cancer: a linked cohort study.. Br J Cancer 2014; 110: 1338-1341.</p> <p>Fairley L, Stark DP, Yeomanson D, Kinsey SE, Glaser AW, Picton SV, Evans L, Feltbower RG. Access to principal treatment centres and survival rates for children and young people with cancer in Yorkshire, UK. BMC Cancer 2017; 17: 168.</p> <p>Bright CJ, Hawkins M, Guha J, Henson KE, Winter D, Kelly JS, Feltbower RG, Hall M, Cutter DJ, Edgar AB, Frobisher C, Reulen RC. Risk of Cerebrovascular Events in 178,962 5-Year Survivors of Cancer Diagnosed Aged 15-39 Years: The Teenage and Young Adults Cancer Survivors Study (TYACSS). Circulation 2017; 135: 1194-1210.</p>
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<h3 class="heading heading--sm">Linked research areas</h3>