Overall, five season survival rates for childhood cancer patients have made great improvements over the last 40 years now almost 80 per cent survive. Due to this success there is currently an urgent have to reduce the late side-results of some of these treatments. Dr Lesley Walker, director of cancer tumor information at Cancer Research UK, said: ‘Treatments for childhood cancers have undergone major changes and so are continually improving leading to the greatly improved survival rates we now see. This essential work will help identify previously those childhood cancer survivors who are in greater risk of developing fresh cancers. ‘The current treatments used today, such as radiotherapy, have been refined to focus on the tumour so can be likely to result in fewer cancers in the surrounding areas.Brent, professor of pediatrics, radiology and pathology at Jefferson Medical University in Philadelphia, added in his commentary that research looking at degrees of BPA in urine are unlikely to become valid, because they just reflect dietary intake of BPA that time, not over time. Dr. Hugh Taylor, seat of the Yale College of Medicine’s section of obstetrics, gynecology and reproductive sciences informed HealthDay that the foods themselves could be contributing to health threats in these kids, regardless of packaging. It’s probably even more about the kind of diet these children are eating, Taylor stated. A move toward healthier organic food is always an excellent idea, not just due to the elimination of BPA and phthalates but also for all the various other health advantages.