Helping Cancer Patients, Caregivers and Survivors Through Support Services

A cancer diagnosis can leave young patients and their families with many questions and concerns about what lies ahead. At the Angie Fowler Adolescent & Young Adult Cancer Institute, we are committed to providing the answers you need as you navigate the complexity of the cancer journey.

Our resources can help patients and families deal with the physical, emotional and social aspects of cancer, through diagnosis, treatment, survivorship, and beyond. Whatever your particular need, our dedicated team is here to provide support every step of the way.

Our Support Services:

Life After Cancer/Survivorship Clinic: This program helps patients deal with the sometimes complex health issues that can occur even years after they have been declared cancer-free.

Iris S. & Bert L. Wolstein's Helping Kids with Cancer: This unique program promotes the importance of physical fitness for young cancer patients and survivors. Our series of free programs focuses on nutrition, athletic skills and other important lifestyle choices.

Healing & Hope blog: Our blog covers a variety of topics dealing with cancer, cancer treatment, and the latest news and clinical developments in cancer care.

Patient videos: Hear from patients and doctors on topics related to AYA cancer.

Sickle cell resources: Learn about the sickle cell disease resources available to parents and patients.

Patient stories: Read about some of the pediatric and adolescent and young adult cancer patients and the care they received at Angie’s Institute.

Children with Cancer: A Guide for Parents (PDF)

AYA Patient Resources

Teen & Young Adult Cancer Resources: Resources for AYA cancer patients include information on finances and education, cancer treatment and therapies, fertility preservation, survivorship, and more.

Coping with Cancer: Unsure how to deal with the challenges that accompany a cancer diagnosis? These resources can help you gain control and give you the tools you need to cope with the fear, anxiety and other feelings you may experience along the way.

AYA Cancer Peer Support: Peer to peer support allows teens and young adults with cancer to connect with others who are going through the same thing, to share experiences, concerns, and help them realize they are not along.

Clinical Care Team: Our clinical team includes a nurse navigator and a clinical psychologist to help AYA patients deal with the complications and struggles of going through cancer treatment.