Easing the impact of cancer on the lives of teens and young adults
We fund patient programs that address unmet emotional and physical needs
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Carley's closet serves the young adult cancer population at both children’s and adult medical centers. Having cancer at such a transitional time of life creates very unique needs. We strive to supply resources and comfort items during their journey. We direct young adult patients to informational books, websites, and patient blogs.
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AYA Fertility Preservation Program
As a young college student, my cancer diagnosis completely flipped my life upside down. I love children, and the thought of not having a family broke my heart. Preserving my fertility helped ease the heartbreak. I now have a future to look forward to. Galen Storey
The ability to have children can be affected by cancer treatment such as chemotherapy, radiation and surgery. We’ve partnered with Moncrief Cancer Institute to help young adult cancer patients with a number of fertility preservation options. Learn more about the fertility program at the link below.
Navigate the tabs below to find available resources.
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- A Guide to the Sarcoma Universe for Those Who Have Just Arrived
- Team Sarcoma YouTube Channel
- Young Adult Cancer Information
- SeventyK - Research Articles on Young Adult Cancer
- General Information About Childhood Soft Tissue Sarcoma
- Dr. Maki explains sarcomas
- Sarcoma Alliance: http://sarcomaalliance.org
- Psychological Adaptation, Coping, and Distress in Adult-Onset Soft Tissue Sarcomas - Although this article deals with adult patients with soft tissue sarcomas, we believe it is extremely helpful for medical teams, patients and caregivers dealing with all types of sarcoma and ages.