Cancer Rates Grew By 30% in Teens & Young Adults Over Last 40 Years; Researchers Call for More Focus On This Demographic

Published Dec 1, 2020

Cancer Rates Grew By 30% in Teens & Young Adults Over Last 40 Years; Researchers Call for More Focus On This Demographic

New research shows cancer is on the rise in teenagers and young adults. Experts and survivors are calling for a new approach to treating this age group.

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