National Young Adult Cancer Survey
Cancer in young adults sucks. But you already knew that.

In an unprecedented partnership, Stupid Cancer, Young Survival Coalition (YSC) and Critical Mass are teaming up for the first ever National Young Adult Cancer Survey.

Please help us prioritize, in your opinion,. the most pressing issues facing the young adult cancer movement today. Your insight will help us more effectively and efficiently channel our collaborative strategy.

This is kind of a big deal, so thank you for being awesome!

Heidi Adams, CEO, Critical Mass
Jennifer Merschdorf, CEO, Young Survival Coalition
Matthew Zachary, CEO, Stupid Cancer

Family building including reproductive rights, fertility preservation insurance mandates, adoption *
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Survivorship care and transition *
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Access to care including Insurance, disability coverage, discrimination, others barriers to care *
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Research on young adults with cancer: including clinical trials, efficacy research, a registry *
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Public awareness that young adults get cancer *
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Prevention and early detection including environmental risks *
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Medical standards of care for young adults with cancer *
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Caregiver / co-survivor care *
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Cancer treatment and care delivery *
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Psychosocial care *
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Supportive care including symptom management, exercise, diet *
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End of LIfe planning and rights *
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Financial toxicity *
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Education and employment including rights and accommodations *
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