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My First Three Months

Sometimes it’s good to be a newbie in the AYA (Adolescent and Young Adult) world.  Thanks to a grant from Teen Cancer America, ...

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A New Hope

When we meet fellow adolescent & young adult cancer patients, there is also hope. Hope that their treatment works. Hope that their heal...

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Thoughts On Holistic Health

“How long ago?” I heard a man ask, as I stood staring into the seafood case at the supermarket trying to read the fine print...

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Helping Each Other Grow

Hilary Gan, Director of Hospital Programs and Services and Kara Noskoff, Hospital Programs and Services Manager discuss updates with Te...

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AYA Navigation During Pandemic

When working from home we quickly realized the great value of face-to-face interaction for building rapport and assessing patient needs...

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Skywalking

Mafalda talks about her anxiety of learning to fly and the similarities of her cancer experience.

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The Day My World Changed

Jeff Bryant, a 6ft 8in former high school basketball star talks about his rigorous battle with Osteosarcoma, a rare form of bone cancer...

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The Power of Connection

Hannah, a survivor and advocate for teens and young adults with cancer shares her story and the importance of mental health, connection...

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TCA Executive Director Comments on Covid...

Imagine you are a young person with cancer. Not only is your world now shattered, but having nobody around because of the pandemic

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