Life fighting cancer I developed osteosarcoma (10 years old) about 40 years ago. Antineoplastics may not have been as effective as today's drugs. At that time, cancer was a life-saving disease, but with the development of medical technology, it is more likely that cancer will be cured. Medical technology has advanced beyond comparison with that time, but there are still issues that cannot be solved. It is a sequela of childhood cancer survivors. Specifically, there are a certain percentage of childhood cancer survivors who are facing and suffering from problems in physical, mental and social adaptation. Nowadays, there is a movement to support the problems that childhood cancer survivors have in their late stages, and the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare has started employment support.