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Being a teen is hard enough. Most young people diagnosed with cancer won't have a dedicated place for treatment in a hospital. Help us support Teen Cancer America to improve the quality of care.

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Being a teen is hard enough. Most young people diagnosed with cancer won't have a dedicated place for treatment in a hospital. Help us support Teen Cancer America to improve the quality of care.

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Every hour,
8 teens
are diagnosed
with cancer

We've provided more than
$3 million
for TCA programs
in the Southeast

We've worked with
5 hospitals
to add dedicated
teen cancer programs

Hear Their Stories

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Pains in her chest sent Shannon to the ER. She was misdiagnosed twice. On her third visit, doctors discovered a tumor the size of a grapefruit. She was 23. People she met through treatment were much older. She longed for someone to relate to. Then she found Teen Cancer America.

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Nathan never wanted his cancer diagnosis to define him; he wanted to graduate from high school on time with his peers. He met his goal, but always felt like "the kid with brain cancer." After being treated at a children's hospital, Nathan found friends he could relate to in Teen Cancer America.

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Lauren was first diagnosed with cancer when she was just 17 months old. Throughout her life she's fought cancer again and again – a brain tumor at age 9 that came back when she was 13, and bone cancer at 14. She turned 15 during her last treatment and doctors declared Lauren cancer‑free.

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Explore the Impact

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Our Goal

Empower the Future with Teen Cancer America

We've partnered with Teen Cancer America since 2015 when we met TCA founders and rock icons Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend of The Who. Our family ownership and strong relationships with the communities, hospitals and medical professionals we serve made for a natural partnership. Together, we can help build youth-centered ecosystems that support young people with cancer, as well as their families, hospitals and healthcare professionals.

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