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FWAYAOC Jul 8
Cancer is the number one disease-related cause of death in adolescents and young adults ages 15 to 39. We're here to change that!
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Mark Lewis 13h
Replying to @kimgal66 @BoetChels
Sorry about forced retirement :( I thought my Whipple would be a mini-sabbatical; hardly, as it turns out! And yes, early-onset CRC is worryingly on the rise cc:
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Wendy Allen-Rhoades, MD 6h
Yes!! Number one issue from a teen focus group? The TV and internet isn’t good enough for gaming systems. It’s how they stay connected to their peers!
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PHSP | Corporate Tax Savings Jul 12
"Emily Drake, a PhD student at Dalhousie University, co-created the hashtag — "adolescent & young adult societal movement" — to give young patients & survivors from around the world a way to connect over social media." Read her story
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FWAYAOC 13h
Anxiety does not discriminate. Its comes in many forms and can strike at any time. Here are a few tips for controlling anxiety and navigating through it.
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Allison Rosen M.S. Jul 9
Calling all local Houston young adult cancer patients, survivors and caregivers! Will you come play games with me? I will challenge anyone to a car race video game and a game of hoops!
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Chana Korenblum Jul 11
“All of your most clever therapeutic interpretations may go over the patients’ heads, but they will always feel the benefit if you care about them.” Words of wisdom from MD and patient ’s poignant piece
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Emily Drake 17h
Thank you so much for sharing it with your network!
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MD Anderson Cancer Center 11h
survivor on her ostomy bag: “My quality of life has been amazing.”
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Allison Rosen M.S. 11h
Your life is not over with an Ostomy, it’s just beginning!
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Dana-FarberYAProgram 10h
Ever wondered what's the best thing to say (or not to say) to someone who has just been diagnosed w/ cancer? Check out this video created with feedback from several YAs and in partnership with BU Activist Lab:
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Lacuna Loft 8h
You are not in this alone. Get answers to your questions about insurance, finances, & taking time off at the Conferences:
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USC Center for YA Cancer Survivorship 3h
Thank you so much for this great profile of our research and for the foundational grant that helped launch us as a Center !
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Lacuna Loft Jul 10
We're excited to announce our Masquerade on the Moon Gala happening Nov 2 in Chicago, IL! Happening only once a year, the evening will be filled with food, fun, +frivolity! Get your early bird tickets today!
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Kimberly Miller, PhD 2h
Excited to share this profile of our new Center . We’ve also just launched an R01 on the long-term impacts of on . More news to come! Thank you for supporting our research.
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Ursula Sansom-Daly, PhD Jul 9
How do you think about death when life is just beginning? Great to chat to about why+how we can get better at having these talks w young ppl👉🏻
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Beth Bartholomew Jul 13
Chemobrain affects so many. GRYT AppChat July 23.
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Wendy Allen-Rhoades, MD Jul 8
First trip to start the real work of . Can this old dog be taught new tricks? .
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Naveen Pemmaraju, MD Jul 10
Questions on asparaginase-associated pancreatitis | ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Dr. Deanna Attai Jul 15
Latest work discusses the challenges health care providers face in caring for adolescent and young adults with terminal cancer
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