The novel findings resulting from the research program will enrich our understanding of the difficulties survivors of childhood cancer encounter integrating into society. As the population of childhood cancer survivors is steadily growing, it is paramount with a fully understanding of the long-term consequences of cancer treatment and experiencing a cancer diagnosis in young age with focus on socioeconomic circumstances in order to improve the long-term outcomes of a childhood cancer diagnosis. 

Moreover, our findings may be the basis for future recommendations on interventions targeting vulnerable groups of survivors, to give all children affected with cancer an equal chance to a healthy continued life after childhood cancer diagnosis. Such recommendations may not only be limited to the Nordic countries with a relatively extensive welfare system but may also be applicable to other countries.