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|Find information about the cancer types that are most likely to affect teens and young adults. If you'd like to talk about this information, or if your cancer type isn't listed here, you can call us|.
ALL stands for acute lymphoblastic leukaemia - find out more.
Learn about bone tumours, including the most common types - Ewing's sarcoma and osteosarcoma.
Read about Hodgkin lymphoma, signs, symptoms and treatment.
Find out about non-Hodgkin lymphoma in teens and young adults.
Find out about the most common types of sarcoma in teens - rhabdomyosarcomas, synovial sarcomas and fibrosarcomas.
Find out about thyroid cancer, symptoms and causes.
Get information about acute myeloid leukaemia (AML).
Get information out about brain tumours, which can be cancer or not.
This information is for teenagers and young adults and is about a type of skin cancer called melanoma
Find out about the types of ovarian cancer, the signs and symptoms, and how it's diagnosed.
Read about teratoma - the most common type of testicular cancer in young men.
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