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CancerDotNet Apr 17
Children and teens express grief in many different ways. Recognizing their pain and communicating your support and understanding is important for their healing. Read advice for helping children and teens process grief:
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The Cancer Patient Apr 7
Can we talk about how majority of large cancer organizations failed to mention AYA cancer awareness week? Aside from the AYA cancer groups and non-profits, there was really no heavy advocating from the major cancer organizations
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CancerDotNet Apr 4
Online communities can connect people who are living similar experiences for support and friendship. Read and share this list of online cancer support communities:
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Emily Drake Feb 11
📢 New publication alert 📢 Our study on the experiences of young adults returning to after primary treatment is now published in
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Nick Iannarino May 14
New article on how young adult romantic partners take on (and sometimes jostle with other supporters for) a primary caregiving role following their partner's diagnosis. I also look at siblings' role in providing helpful support!
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IHadCancer Apr 21
"4. Cancer doesn't care if you were totally healthy before you got sick. It doesn't care how old you are. It doesn't care if you smoke or drink. None of that matters. Anyone can be diagnosed any time."
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Stefanie Thomas, MD 6 Mar 18
Replying to @CancerAndCareer
So true! Career/education trajectory loss impacts this age range so much and is not well researched/discussed.
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The Cancer Patient Apr 7
This is AYA cancer in it’s truest form. Go check my stories on Instagram (@ thecancerpatient)as we talk about horror stories with our employers concerning disability leave and our job status in general.
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Hannah Jordan 20 Feb 18
So inspired watching on & listening to the incredible stories of young people fighting cancer. Proud to work everyday to help be there to make sure no young Aussie has to face cancer alone
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Nick Iannarino Sep 25
New article on how survivors can experience positive mental, physical, & social transformation following primary treatment; this can include behavior changes toward more proactive healthy living & more open communication about wellness
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Mallory 7 Feb 18
It's rare, but when I feel passionate about something, all my energy goes into that. Right now, I'm firing up the advocacy once again. That also means more tweets from me again!
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Nick Iannarino Nov 14
(and San Diego) did not disappoint. Shared ideas w/ some great people about how we can reduce burden in caregivers, improve their relationships w/ other family supporters, and raise practitioners' awareness about YA needs
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Lacuna Loft Jul 18
Learn about the issues pertinent to patients+survivors. EASILY connect directly w/ your local politicians to have your voice heard.
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Emily Drake Jan 1
January's tweet chat will be taking place on Tuesday, January 8th at 8pm ET!! This month's guest moderator: Topic: Telling your story for AYACSM
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Dana-FarberYAProgram 7 Apr 18
It's almost time! Our annual conference is HERE! Follow along for updates throughout the day.
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KM Hammond Feb 13
And in other news, I finished one year ago today. :)
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Cancer and Careers Apr 1
It's ! We'd like to recognize all patients & survivors striving to be the and let you know we're here to support you as you navigate your work & cancer journeys. For more info on how we can help:
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brooke cherven Jun 6
So fun to present our work on the in survivors at the PhD intensive
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Virtual Hospice Dec 22
- Young adults & teen share insights on living with advanced illness. Their stories are unscripted, unfiltered & unforgettable, offering help when it is needed most. TY & all who shared their stories.
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Partnership Feb 4
In the "Sex & Fertility" section of , young adults discuss the impact of advanced illness on their , from their physical ability to have sex to loss of fertility.
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