When cancer strikes, life does a 180. For young adults, it can seem like the loneliest time of life. Cancer180 lets them know they are not alone in the fight by providing a social environment where young adult patients, survivors, caregivers, family and friends in their 20s and 30s can connect with other young adults affected by cancer. Support is offered both through social outings and activities in the Greater Houston Area.
All events are free and open to all young adult (18-39) survivors and their caregivers. RSVP required, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Hope to see you all soon!
Additional resources for young survivors:
MD Anderson Young Adult Support Group - meetings the second Thursday of the month
December 20, 2016
My first thought after being diagnosed with a brain tumor at age 26 was fear. Would I die? Would the things I worked for no longer be possible? How was I going to handle brain tumor surgery and cancer treatment when I can’t even handle flu shots? Even what I was going to look like with no hair scared me.
I was diagnosed with adult medulloblastoma one month before my graduation from law school. Medulloblastoma is a type of brain...