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Welcome to the club you didn’t ask to join. We're here to make it all suck a little less
and help you get busy living.
Get Busy Living
Stupid Cancer's mission is to help empower everyone affected by adolescent and young adult (AYA) cancer by ending isolation and building community. Stupid Cancer offers a lifeline to the adolescent and young adult cancer community by providing age-appropriate resources to help navigate treatment and survivorship on your own terms.
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What now? Mental Health After Treatment
At diagnosis, many cancer patients are asked about mental health, but it is rarely addressed at the end of treatment when patients are expected to go back to “normal” life. This presentation will explore post-treatment coping strategies and create space for survivors to discuss the challenges of finding meaning, navigating a new identity, building relationships, and processing life after treatment.
The Caregiving Journey
Adolescents and young adults facing cancer experience unique challenges -- as do those who love and care for them. In honor of Family Caregivers Month, we're bringing together a panel of caregivers to talk about their caregiving journeys and the difficulties and joys they face as a parent, spouse, sibling, or friend to an AYA dealing with cancer.
Fertility After Cancer
Whether you are trying to start a family right now or plan to someday in the future, as an AYA cancer survivor you may have a lot of questions about your fertility. In this interactive webinar, you'll learn about testing and options for building your family after cancer from a fertility doctor and one young mother about her experiences conceiving naturally and then later with the help of assisted reproductive technology and a gestational carrier. Speakers: Julie Lamb, MD and Rose Ibarra