Our friends on the Together team at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital are pleased to announce the launch of Teens&20s, a mini-site for teens and young adults who are childhood cancer patients and survivors. Together needs feedback to help make Teens&20s the best it can be. If you are a cancer patient/survivor age 13-25, please spend some time checking out Teens&20s and then take an anonymous survey by October 13. While supplies last, participants who complete the survey will get a $10 gift card. (Participants may choose from a variety of major retailers.) Together is a comprehensive online resource for pediatric cancer patients and their families no matter where the patient receives treatment.
A team at St. Jude Children Research Hospital is developing a tool called Together! It is an online resource for pediatric cancer patients, survivors, and families. They are currently developing content for teens and young adults and they want to hear from you! To guide and inform them, they are conducting an online survey of adolescent and young adult cancer patients and survivors ages 13-25. The survey is anonymous, is open through May 20, and they will use the information and opinions shared to help them create articles, visuals, and videos that will be helpful and informative to adolescents and young adults who are facing cancer.
What do you think are the most important pieces of content adolescent and young adult cancer survivors need?