The desire to have a family is prevalent in young cancer survivors. But many patients may not discuss fertility preservation at diagnosis.
The 2014 Society of Young Adult Oncology Conference focused on acute lymphoblastic leukemia, and earned coverage in The Huffington Post.
CHOC’s “infusionarium” allows kids receiving chemotherapy or IV antibiotics the chance to watch movies and play games on a big screen.
Genomic cancer treatment examines a patient’s genomes to reveal individualized treatment to battle cancer, says CHOC’s Dr. Leonard Sender.
CHOC’s leadership role in the adolescent and young adult (AYA) cancer movement were prominently featured recently on the Huffington Post.
First Annual Society of Adolescent and Young Adult Oncology Conference Emphasizes Unique Needs of Underserved Patient Population
CHOC partners with the Society of Adolescent and Young Adult Oncology (SAYAO) to host the first-ever national conference.