Emily discovered her Osteosarcoma as many young people do; she was in the middle of her regular physical activity, tennis to be exact. In early stages, many teenagers and young adults dismiss symptoms of rare cancers, like Emily’s bone cancer, as normal growing pains. But once a diagnosis is made, a teenager with cancer’s life may start to feel a little less than “normal.” Take a second to listen as Emily describes her physical and emotional journey and what helped her along the way.
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March – Thanks & Celebrations. From us to you! View this email in your browser Welcome to Teen Cancer America’s March Newsletter! We are continuing to celebrate ‘five’ years of transforming the lives of young people with cancer. Thank you to everyone for your continued support. We hope you get a chance … Continue reading March Newsletter
Teen Cancer America is proud to announce their partnership with critically acclaimed fashion brand Wolk Morais. Creative Directors Brian Wolk and Claude Morais have created second edition cloisonné awareness pin to be worn by guests and featured on the runway as a truly unique expression of the brand’s support for teens and young adults in … Continue reading Wolk Morais // LA Times story