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Cancer Sites for Teens

Band-Aides & Blackboards - Find advice on how to cope with any medical problem here, not just cancer.

Cancer Info for Teens and Young Adults (Macmillan Cancer Support) - Do you need help understanding your cancer diagnosis or need advice on how to cope? Then check out this site.

Childhood Cancer Guides - Click here for all sorts of useful information.

For Young Adults and Teenagers (Cancer.Net) - Find out how you can cope with cancer as a teenager or young adult.

Look Good Feel Better for Teens - A program created especially for teens with cancer between the ages of 13-17.  Group workshops are offered in select hospitals across the country. 

NCCN Guideline for Patients: Adolescents and Young Adults With Cancer - Learn cancer basics and what it means to be an adolescent and young adult (AYA) with cancer.  View online or download PDF.

Stupid Cancer - Stupid Cancer addresses young adult cancer through advocacy, research, support, outreach, awareness, mobile health and social media.

SuperSibs - This site is for brothers or sisters of kids with cancer.

TeensHealth: Cancer Center (KidsHealth for Teens) - Read about cancer basics, treatment and feelings.

13thirty Cancer Connect - This site is for teens and young adults living with cancer.

The Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults - This site was created by a young cancer survivor in order to provide a support network for other young adults.

When Your Brother or Sister Has Cancer: A Guide for Teens (National Cancer Institute) - If your brother or sister has cancer, read this. It will help you to understand more about cancer and may also help you with your feelings.

When Your Parent Has Cancer: A Guide for Teens (National Cancer Institute) - If your Mom or Dad has cancer, read this. It will help you to understand more about cancer and may also help you with your feelings.

 

December 2020