REACH: help fund more nurses for young people with cancer
Every day, seven young people are diagnosed with cancer. Teenage Cancer Trust exist to make sure young people don't face cancer alone, but almost half of young people with cancer are not treated on our specialist cancer wards. This might be because they live too far away, or are not referred to us.
That could mean they’re treated either with young children or much older adults in hospitals where there isn’t the same level of expertise that we provide. They might also never meet another young person with cancer, which can be a scary and lonely experience.
So we're changing our work so we can be there for young people in main cancer hospitals, local designated hospitals, or even in their homes. We’re determined to reach every young person with cancer in the UK – and to make sure they’re supported by experts in young people’s cancer from the moment they're diagnosed.
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