A Practical Approach to the Care of Adolescents and Young Adults with Cancer

This new book by Louise Soanes, Julia Chisholm and Rachael Hough discusses the most important aspects of providing multidisciplinary care for Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) cancer patients.Read more

Psychological Functioning in Adolescent Cancer Survivor Study

This study from the University of Oxford is looking for young cancer survivors and their parents to take part in interviews about their cancer experienceRead more

UK Oncology Nursing Society Annual Conference

'Crossing Boundaries in Cancer Care' 16-17 November at the SEC, GlasgowRead more

Cancer Charities Call for More Research for Young People This Brain Tumour Awareness Month

TYAC and CCLG are shining a spotlight on the importance for specialist research into childhood and teenage brain tumours this Brain Tumour Awareness Month.Read more

CCLG Soft Tissue Sarcoma Education Day

Focusing on Frontline and relapse rhabdomyosarcoma study (FaR-RMS): New EpSSG overarching study in rhabdomyosarcoma.Read more

G-FORCE: Global Framework For Oncofertilty Care

The objectives of this study are to develop an international multidisciplinary oncofertility medical and psychosocial competency framework, which will enable the development and implementation of fertility preservation models of care, referral pathways and professional development for oncofertility services.Read more

New Direction for Our Partners, CCLG

One of the UK’s top children’s cancer charities, Children's Cancer and Leukaemia Group (CCLG), has announced the launch of its brand-new strategic plan.Read more

TYAC and CCLG Join Forces

TYAC will work in collaboration with leading children's cancer charity, Children’s Cancer and Leukaemia Group (CCLG) in 2018, bringing together the countries top experts in the field to improve care and extend service reach for young patients.Read more

Teenage and Young Adult Cancer Research Priority Setting Partnership

PART TWO Have you or someone you know been affected by cancer as teenager or young adult? – Have your say in identifying priorities for future research on teenage and young adult cancer.Read more

Study splits incurable childhood brain tumours into 10 new diseases

Scientists have found that deadly childhood brain tumours are actually 10 different diseases that should each be diagnosed and treated based on their specific genetic faults.Read more