We'll bring you together with other young people who have also experienced a cancer diagnosis through our free activities and short breaks.
Have you experienced cancer and are now aged 13-24?
Would you like to meet others your age who get what you’re going through?
Do you want to enjoy new experiences without cancer holding you back?
Whether you've recently been diagnosed, undergoing treatment or years into remission, you can register with Teens Unite.
It’s hard dealing with cancer and the lasting impact it can have during your teenage and young adults years; but we’re here for you. However long it's been since your diagnosis, you can benefit from our ongoing support. We know that the impact of cancer can last long beyond treatment comes to an end, which is why we'll support you for as long you need us.
Step 1: Register with Teens Unite
Step 2: We’ll contact you to say “hello”
Step 3: You can start joining our upcoming activities as soon as you feel ready
Watch the video below to meet some of the young people we support, as they share their experiences of cancer and being a part of Teens Unite.
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