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The No Man's Land of Teen Cancer

Teens with cancer fall into a nebulous space between childhood and young adulthood, and they tend to suffer the most for this. A study by the American Childhood Cancer Organization reports that about one third of adolescent cancer patients aged 15-19 are seen in pediatric cancer centers, while the remaining patients are seen in an adult cancer facility.

Read more here: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/jacqueline-dooley/the-no-mans-land-of-teen_b_8276696.html

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