Support Programs & Services
Cancer Support Services for Parents and Families
Connecticut Children’s offers a variety of support services to help families navigate this unfamiliar experience.
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Adolescent and Young Adult Cancer Program
Connecticut Children’s Adolescent and Young Adult Cancer Program collaborates with oncology specialists at the University of Connecticut Health Center to provide consultation, medical care and support services for patients up to age 30 who have been diagnosed with leukemia, Hodgkin’s and non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, soft tissue and bone sarcomas, brain tumors or germ cell tumors.
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REACH for the STARS Survivorship Program
The REACH for the STARS Survivorship Program at Connecticut Children’s encompasses research, education, advocacy, continued life and health (REACH) for survivors tackling all roadblocks successfully (STARS).
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