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4th Global Adolescent and Young Adult Cancer Congress

This year’s programme, which is online for the first time ever, will tackle the biggest issues facing adolescent and young adult (AYA) cancer care in 2021 – from mental health during treatment and beyond, and inequalities in accessing care, to lessons learned from the pandemic.

The congress profiles the latest advances in research, treatment and recovery of AYA with cancer.

It offers an unmissable chance for health & social care professionals to network and share information about this specialist area of cancer care, offering opportunities to learn from leading international experts.


Summary of the programme confirmed so far (23.08.2021):

  1. AYA Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia: What have we learnt and where are we going, Professor Rachael Hough, UK
  2. Exercise therapy: The emerging standard for optimal AYA cancer care, Dr Scott Adams, Canada
  3. Training clinicians to tackle conversational taboos: An update on the Global AYA Accord End-of-Life study, Dr Ursula Sansom–Daly, Australia
  4. Challenges of setting up AYA cancer services in developing countries: Dr Amita Mahajan, India
  5. Genomics; Somatic and germline cancer genomics: Prof. David Thomas, Australia
  6. Addressing the Paucity of AYA Clinical Trials Through a Pediatric-Adult Partnership: Dr Susan Parsons, USA

For more details follow the link: https://ayaglobalcancercongress.org/programme

Read more about the congress

If you would like further information regarding 4th Global Adolescent and Young Adult Cancer Congress, please contact GAYACC@media1productions.co.uk

Practical information

Registration fee depends on time of registration and your profession. Find the fees here: https://ayaglobalcancercongress.org/register

Register here: https://media1.eventsair.com/gayacc/registration/Site/Register