As with cancer patients of any age, young adults can see significant changes in their life after a cancer diagnosis, including disruption of school and career.

Adolescents and young adults (AYAs) who are diagnosed with cancer in the US face significant and unique health issues, including disparities in care, which could affect their survival rate. A new study looking at cancer patients aged 15-39 explores these issues and possible ways to improve treatment.

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