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  Teenage cancer treatment 12 December 2003  
Cancer Research UK says that teenage cancer patients are missing out on specialist research, treatment and support, because adolescents "fall through the gap" between child and adult cancer services.

Kelly Denver who is 21 and was diagnosed with cancer aged 18 and treated in an adult ward and Dr Meriel Jenney, consultant Paediatric Oncologist join Sheila to discuss the particular needs of teenagers with cancer and how they can best be met?

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BBC News: Teenagers miss out on cancer care
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