Amazing cancerunits

Our specialist units bring young people together to be treated by teenage cancer experts. Find your nearest unit >

Worried aboutcancer?

The five most common signs of cancer in young people are pain, a lump, bump or swelling, significant weight change, extreme tiredness and changes in a mole. Find out more ›


Information and resources for young people and families affected by cancer. Read our information ›

Join our event foryoung people

Find Your Sense of Tumour is an inspirational digital event offering a mix of presentations, therapies and social activities. Check it out ›

Types of cancer

Find out more about the different types of cancer that are more common in young people, including symptoms, diagnosis and treatment. Find out more ›

Cancer treatment

There are many different types of cancer treatments available, and a team of doctors and specialists will work together to decide what's best to treat you. Learn more ›

A young person'sguide to cancer

Young people with cancer told us what they wish they'd known when they were diagnosed, so we worked with them to create this great guide. Read our guide ›

Ali's story

"I would tell other young people who are diagnosed with cancer not to be too scared because you have Teenage Cancer Trust to help you with your treatment." Meet Ali ›

Any questions?

If you have any questions about our work, or want to tell us something, we’d love to hear from you. Contact us ›

How our supporthelps

Youth Support Coordinators provide support for young people with cancer, keeping their lives as normal as possible during treatment. Meet our brilliant team ›

Help us be therefor young people

Right now, we can’t reach every young person who needs our support. Join us and help make sure every young person with cancer gets the care they deserve. Donate now ›