4th Global Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) Cancer Congress

Congress is organised by the AYA Cancer Global Accord, made up of the leading international adolescent and young adult cancer-focussed organisations, CanTeen Australia, Teenage Cancer Trust and Teen Cancer America.  

This year it is online for the first time ever and the programme will tackle the biggest issues in this area – from mental health during treatment and beyond, and inequalities in accessing care, to lessons learned from the pandemic.  

Profiling the latest advances in research, treatment and recovery of AYA with cancer, Congress allows health and social care professionals to network and share information about this specialist area of cancer care, offering opportunities to learn from leading international experts. 

The AYA Cancer Global Accord was formed in 2015 to support a global approach to improving AYA cancer outcome, with Congress hosted on a rotating basis by the foundational partner organisations. 

Find out more about this year’s event and the full programme by visiting Global Adolescent and Young Adult Cancer Congress’ website.