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teenagers and young adults with cancer.

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We organise conferences for professionals working with young people with cancer to help keep professionals up-to-date with the latest thinking and new developments.

Service development

We provide information, advice and support to healthcare professionals who work with young people with cancer or who are developing services for them.


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TYAC Champions

Our Champions are members who encourage information sharing between TYAC and establishments that deliver teenage and young adult cancer care in their local area.


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Latest resources

  • Fertility Best Practice Guidance

    Fertility Best Practice Statement published by TYAC's Service Development Group

    Guidance for professionals to assist them in having an informed discussion with teenage or young adult patients, and their families if appropriate, about the potential effects of planned treatment on future fertility. The guidance explains the fertility preservation options available to teenagers and young adults and the potential for infertility as a result of treatment for cancer. Read more

  • How teenagers continue school after a diagnosis of cancer

    A study of the experiences of young people and recommendations for practice.

    A small study of twelve participants aged 13-16 years to understand teenagers' experiences. The authors make thirteen recommendations for the development of educational support for young people with cancer, including the role of the school, the young person and their peers, flexibility and timing. Read more

  • Endocrine Abnormalities in Aging Survivors of Childhood Cancer: A Report From the Childhood Cancer Survivor Study

    The development of endocrinopathies in survivors of childhood cancer as they age remains understudied. This study characterized endocrine outcomes in aging survivors from the Childhood Cancer Survivor Study on the basis of therapeutic exposures. Read more


  • New hope for Hodgkin Lymphoma patients

    A trial of immunotherapy drug, Nivolumab, to see if it worked on young people suffering Hodgkin lymphoma found that 66 per cent of the 80 participants saw their tumours shrink significantly while one in 10 were given the all clear. Read more

  • New structure, new look

    Teenagers and Young Adults with Cancer is celebrating a new milestone, after having successfully applied to the Charity Commission of England and Wales to become a registered charity. Read more

  • CLIC Sargent launches new online fertility resource for young cancer patients

    Cancer support charity CLIC Sargent has launched new online advice and information for teenagers and young adults concerned about the potential impact of cancer treatment on their fertility, who want to learn more about their options. Read more