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About the AYA Program

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Hours & Contact

​Hours of operation: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm, Monday - Friday

To book an appointment with the AYA Program, please contact:
Chanel Fernandes, Administrative Assistant
Phone: 416 946 4501 ext. 5579
Email:aya@uhn.ca

For additional program information and inquiries, email us at aya@uhn.ca.

If you have a medical emergency, contact your doctor or visit the emergency department.​

 

March 20 and 21, 2019

Adolescent and Young Adult Survivorship Care Symposium: A New Vision

Day 1 (March 20): How Can a Program Help Young Adults with Cancer?

Day 2 (March 21): Surveillance and Screening for Survivors of AYA Cancer

Featuring keynote speaker Lois Travis, Director of Cancer Survivorship Research at Indiana University Melvin and Bren Simon Cancer Centre.

Registration is now closed. See the agenda for the symposium [opens in new window] »

 

What We Do

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​The AYA Program provides personalized, supportive care related to concerns common to young adults with cancer at Princess Margaret. These concerns include fertility, sexual health, school and work concerns, peer support, and wellness. The AYA Program is available to Princess Margaret patients ages 39 and younger. The goals of the AYA Program are to:

  • Identify your individual needs
  • Provide education and support
  • Link you to other community and hospital services and resources
  • Help you connect to other patients

How the AYA Program Can Help You


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