Childhood, Adolescent And Young Adult Survivorship Program
The Childhood, Adolescent, and Young Adult (AYA) Cancer Survivorship Program at City of Hope provides specialized follow-up care for patients who were diagnosed with a childhood cancer or those who underwent a bone marrow transplantation for a non-malignant disease before 40 years of age. All patients must have completed their treatment for at least 2 years prior to enrolling in the program.
Hannah’s Survivorship Journey
- Diagnosis of cancer before 40 years of age
- Types of cancer can include Leukemia, Lymphoma, Sarcoma, Germ cell tumor, Brain and Spinal tumor or other types of childhood cancers
- Patients with Sickle cell disease or other blood disorders requiring a bone marrow transplant before 40 years of age
- At least two years since completion of cancer treatment and currently in remission
- Patients can participate in this program regardless of current age
Highlights of the Childhood and AYA Cancer Survivorship Program
- Evaluation by our expert team of professionals specializing in cancer survivorship, including a physician, nurse practitioner, dietitian and psychologist
- A personalized summary of your previous treatment
- Recommendations for ongoing health monitoring/screening
- Guidance on how to be your own health care advocate
- Steps to develop healthy lifestyle practices
- Communication with other health care providers and referrals to specialists as needed.
We offer telehealth (virtual) and in person appointment.
Meet the Director Dr. Saro Armenian and the team.
Learn about the frequently asked questions.