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Focus on Childhood and
Young Adult Cancers

 

Photo by Cancer Type

Just because your child is in a hospital, that doesn’t mean they stop being a child.

Parent to Parent
Advice for Raising a Child with Cancer

by Ellie Ewoldt

Just because your child is in a hospital, that doesn’t mean they stop being a child.

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Photo by Cancer Type

Balancing Cancer and Your Career as a Young Adult

by Rebecca V. Nellis, MPP

No matter your age at diag­nosis, you’ll likely feel the impact of cancer in every corner of your life. However, for young adults, cancer poses unique challenges, especially when it comes to employment.

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Photo by Cancer Type

Tips for Young Adults Navigating the Challenges of Cancer

by Phoebe Souza, LCSW, and Karen Fasciano, PsyD

While cancer disrupts life at any age, for young adults, the disruption often occurs while you are still establishing a sense of personal identity and making crucial de­cisions regarding your education, career, and relationships. Before your diagnosis, you were probably making plans for the future, feeling in control, and exploring your newfound independence. However, the emotional burden of cancer may have left you feeling isolated from your peers, vulnerable, dependent, and uncertain about what comes next.

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