Research reports

CLIC Sargent conducts high-quality and robust research into issues affecting young cancer patients and their families. Here is a selection of our latest publications.

Hidden Costs - The mental health impact of a cancer diagnosis on young people: highlights the impact of a cancer diagnosis on young people’s mental health, as well as their physical health, and makes recommendations for change and future research.

Cancer costs - The financial impact of treatment on young cancer patients and their families: Explores the financial impact of cancer treatment on children, young people and their families.

The best chance from the start - Improving support to identify cancer in children and young people: Focuses on the experiences of young cancer patients of being diagnosed, with a particular focus on their experiences of primary care.

Coping with cancer - Supporting young peoples 'resilience': Illustrates the findings from CLIC Sargent's research into the information needs of young people with cancer.

Children and young people's cancer services: Ambitions for the next 10 years: CLIC Sargent considers what the next 10 years might bring for children and young people with cancer, and sets a clear direction for our policy and influencing work.

No young person with cancer left out: The impact of cancer on young people's education, employment and training.

No teenager with cancer left out: The impact of cancer on young people’s education at secondary school age

No child with cancer left out: The impact of cancer on children of primary school age

Counting the costs of cancer: The financial impact of cancer on children, young people and their families

A long way from home: The impact of travel on children and young people with cancer


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