Survivors of adolescent and young adult (AYA) cancer, diagnosed between the ages of 15-39, require life-long medical care. Cost is a known barrier. However, survivors’ valuation of follow-up care has not been investigated. We used willingness to pay (WTP), an economic tool for evaluating monetary values associated with medical services, to examine how survivors value follow-up care.

Authors: Sapna Kaul, Eduardo Zamora, Rochelle Smits-Seemann, Kevin Boyle, Holly Perlman, Anne C. Kirchhoff

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