Hodgkin lymphoma (HL) is the commonest cancer in adolescents and young adults (AYAs), aged 15–29 years. While the survival rate is high, many survivors experience adverse late effects of therapy. Yet, this age group in general makes limited use of health services. This study sought to determine whether the need for health services by HL survivors was mismatched to their health service utilization, as hypothesized a priori.

Authors: Charlene Rae, Ann Benger, Jo-Ann Fowler, Janet MacEachern, Eleanor Pullenayegum, Michelle Stryker, and Ronald D. Barr
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