Many adolescent and young adult (AYA) cancer survivors live with ongoing adverse
consequences of their cancer experience. While an increasing number of these
young Australians have direct access to care in the specialised ...
McDonald, F. E. J.; Patterson, P; White, K. J.; Butow, P. N.; Costa, D. S. J.; Kerridge, I(Wiley, 2015-08)
Objective. Young people who have a parent with cancer experience elevated levels of
psychological distress and unmet needs. In this study we examined the associations
between demographics, cancer variables, and family ...
Adolescence (12 – 17 years of age) and emerging adulthood
(18 – 25 years of age) are periods of rapid and dramatic
change in young people’s physical, psychological, and social
development. Few events can cause such ...