Long-Term Functional Outcomes Among Childhood Cancer Survivors with Osteonecrosis

      To describe physical function and quality of life (QOL) among survivors of childhood leukemia or lymphoma with a history of osteonecrosis (ON), and compare these outcomes to survivors with no history of ON and to community controls.
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