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Table 2 Self-reported medical visits, physiological problems and emotional experiences

From: Mixed methods assessment of impact on health awareness in adult childhood cancer survivors after viewing their personalized digital treatment summary and follow-up recommendations

A. Visit to a clinical specialist in the last 24 months n e % B. Self-reported physiological problems n % C. Emotional experiences n %
PCP d 11/16 68.8 Memory 5/16 31.3 Fear of cancer reccurence 8/16 50
Counselor 4/16 25.0 Learning 5/16 31.3 Feeling vulnerable 3/16 18.8
Chiropractor 2/16 12.5 Attention 4/16 25.0 Diminished physical strength 4/16 25.0
Physiotherapist 2/16 12.5 Growth hormone deficiency 7/16 43.8 Lacking enthusiasm 3/16 18.8
Psychologist 1/16 6.3 Weight 4/16 25.0 Overwhelming enthusiasm 0/16 0
Cardiologist 4/16 25.0 Fertility 6/16 37.5 School troubles 4/16 25.0
Otolaryngologist 3/16 18.8 Physical activity 6/16 37.5 Fear of death 4/16 25.0
Endocrinologist 6/16 37.5 Liver function 0/16 0 Change of body appearance 4/16 25.0
Pulmonologist 1/16 6.3 Thyroid gland 2/16 12.5 Relationships changed 4/16 25
Diabetes team 2/16 12.5 Pulmonary function 2/16 12.5 Attention deficits 4/12 25
Nephrologist 1/16 6.3 Cardiac function 3/16 18.8 ”Impossible to work” 3/16 18.8
Neurologist 2/16 12.5 Hearing loss 6/16 37.5 Feeling of gratitude 5/16 31.3
Psychiatrist 0/16 0 Gastrointestinal function 1/16 6.3 ”No one understands me” 5/16 31.3
Gastrointestinal specialist 0/16 0 Depression 3/16 18.8 Private economic burden 4/16 25
Other medical specialist 2/16 12.5 Anxiety 3/16 18.8 Difficulties with the public employment service 4/16 25
  Fatigue 5/16 31.3 Difficulties with the National Insurance Agency 1/16 6.3
Secondary malignancy 2/16 12.5  
Other 2/16 12.5
None 1/16 6.3
  1. d primary care provider; e number;