Call 1-888-490-2031 to speak to our nurse navigator.

Teen Cancer is Unique. So is Angie's Institute.

Specialized AYA Cancer Care

Young teens sitting on a bench

Adolescents and young adults (AYAs) diagnosed with cancer face unique challenges. They are often diagnosed late, their bodies may respond differently to cancer treatments, and they often experience complicated social and psychological issues.

But many hospitals focus on either pediatric or older adult patients, leaving AYAs lost in between.

Angie’s Institute at UH Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital understands the AYA challenges. That’s how we’ve helped patients like Danielle put cancer in their rearview mirror.

Learn more about Danielle and Angie’s Institute.


Download our guide to find out how we’re helping patients like Danielle with features including:

  • A technology-rich facility designed especially for AYAs
  • Age-specific cancer programming
  • Deep expertise in cancer evaluation, diagnosis and treatment, including germ cell tumors, Ewing sarcoma and neuroblastoma
  • A dedicated AYA nurse navigator who partners with patients, guiding them to resources such as financial assistance and fertility preservation

University Hospitals & UH Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital

Call 1-888-490-2031 to speak to our nurse navigator.

Download our free guide to learn how we’re changing cancer care for teens and young adults.

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