“The impact of cancer does not stop when treatment does or once the disease is no longer deemed active. For many young cancer survivors, support is needed for them to reintegrate back into academic or working life. In many countries longitudinal support for patients is poor and “joined up” follow-up care is often a pipe dream.”

Check out the September 5, 2017 article by Nick Smallwood in The BMJ (formerly the British Medical Journal), an international peer reviewed medical journal, written about the Vilnius YCE meeting, titled Young cancer patients advocate for improved care here: http://blogs.bmj.com/bmj/2017/09/05/nick-smallwood-young-cancer-patients-advocate-for-improved-and-equitable-care

You can also read the article in PDF format here in case the above link doesn’t work.

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