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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If you really want to understand why the field of adolescent and young adult cancer needs to be a specialty in its own right, then this beautifully written account of a young girl’s fight for life is the book for you. Open, sincere and packed with insight into the emotional challenges a cancer diagnosis has … Continue reading “A Teenagers Trek Through Cancer” by Mette de Fine Licht