Health & Mental Health Disparities

Active Study: Disparities in Care and Outcomes among Sexual/Gender Minority Patients in Adolescent and Young Adult Oncology

Active Study: Social Genomics of Adolescent and Young Adult Cancer

Husson, O., Reeve, B. R., Darlington, A. S., Cheung, C. K., Sodergren, S., van der Graaf, W., & Salsman, J. M. (2022). The next step for global adolescent and young adult oncology: Development of a core patient-centered outcome set. Journal of the National Cancer Institute.

Cheung, C. K., Norlander, M. G., Vest, A. N., Thomas, B. N. & Zebrack, B. J. (2021). A thin line between helpful and harmful Internet usage: Embodied research on Internet experiences among adolescent and young adult cancer patients. Journal of Adolescent and Young Adult Oncology.

Cheung, C. K., Acquati, C., Smith, E., Katerere-Virima, T., and Helbling, L. (2020). The impact of a cancer diagnosis on sibling relationships from childhood through young adulthood: A systematic review. Journal of Family Social Work. 23(4), 357-377.

Cheung, C. K. & Zebrack, B. J. (2017). “What do adolescents and young adults want from cancer resources? Insights from a Delphi panel of AYA patients.” Journal of Supportive Care in Cancer,25(1), 119-126.

Cheung, C. K. & Wiener, L. (in press). (2022). Adolescents and young adults living with serious illness. In T.Altilio, S. Otis-Green & J. Cagle(Eds.) Oxford Textbook of Palliative Social Work (2nded.).New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

Cheung, C. K., Santacroce, S. J., Zebrack, B. J.(2021). Adolescent and young adult patients. In W. Breitbart (Ed.)Psycho-oncology (4thed.).New York, NY: Oxford University Press.