Tag "adolescent young adult cancers"

Five years ago, I wrote about the amazing care our son Adam was receiving at Cincinnati Children’s for chronic myeloid leukemia (CML).  Fast forward to 2019, nearly four years after he graduated from college, he is living life to the › Continue Reading

Cancer in everyone – from infants to the elderly – is complicated. However, cancer in adolescents and young adults (AYA) presents a particularly unique set of challenges. This group, defined as 15-39 year olds, accounts for about five percent of › Continue Reading

I am a sentimental human.  Every so often, I’ll pull out these photo albums that my mom lovingly put together for me growing up.  They start with a baby girl with big brown eyes exploring her new world. Eventually, she › Continue Reading