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An interprofessional gathering of physicians, researchers, nurses, social workers, child life specialists, psychologists and any individual working with or in support of adolescents and young adults (AYAs) with cancer, including patients and their caregivers.
 

As an oncology child life specialist with a special interest in AYAs, I appreciate the balance of top-notch presentations on best practices and research in AYA oncology medical and psychosocial care. The presentations by leaders in their fields have been enormously beneficial to my understanding of how teens and young adults experience their world and cancer.

- Elsa Morse, Child Life Specialist
MD Anderson Cancer Center

Gain the knowledge and resources you need to enhance your practice and improve cancer care for adolescent and young adult cancer patients.

Join us March 3, 2018.

The Texas AYA Oncology Conference is one of the few conferences I’ve attended that features outstanding speakers from multiple disciplines. There were many clinical pearls from all disciplines that I took away from this conference that I still use in my practice today. 

Stephen Mazer, RN-BC, MSN
Blood Cancer Nurse Navigator

This conference gave me a new perspective on how medical professionals are evolving their practices when treating patients that don't necessarily fall into the pediatric or adult age groups. Each presentation magnified a different aspect of the care and treatment of an AYA patient like me. Being a part of the patient panel allowed me to share my experience and helped bridge the gap between the patient and professional, which in my opinion is one of the most important parts of treatment.

Carlie Aguilar
AYA Cancer Survivor

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