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Teen Cancer Center Bridges Treatment Age Gap
NBC Los Angeles

Teenagers don’t expect to be diagnosed with cancer. But when they are, finding the right place for treatment can be difficult. They are often too old for a children’s hospital but too young for an adult medical center. Drugmaker Resubmits Women’s Sex Pill to FDA To bridge this gap, Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center created the Daltrey/Townshend Teen Cancer Program, a sanctuary for teenagers and young adults battling cancer.