Although relatively rare, cancer in teenagers and young adults (TYA) is the most common disease-related cause of death and makes a major contribution to years of life lost in this age group. There is a growing awareness of the distinctive needs of this age group and drive for greater understanding of how outcomes can be improved.

Authors: C. O’Hara,  A. Moran,  J.S. Whelan, E.E. Hough, C.A. Stiller, M.C.G. Stevens, D.P. Stark, R.G. Feltbower, M.G. McCabe

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