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A Place For Compassion Empathy Friendship Understanding Support

A free peer-networking app for teens affected by cancer. A place to find, connect with, and support each other. 

"Teens, in particular, exist in an isolating liminality between child and adult medicine. Often the youngest or oldest in any given waiting room, our lack of recognition as a unique category leaves us with subpar, age-inappropriate resources that fail to meet our unique needs. We hope that by making a comprehensive online support platform just for us, we can change that."


Discussion Forum

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1-1 Connection

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Group Spaces

Focused chat spaces centered around diagnosis, interests, and more.


An aggregation of existing events and resources in one convenient place.

What people are saying

For Teens,
By Teens

Alexander LaMonica was 15 when he was diagnosed with stage IV NS Hodgkin Lymphoma. All he ever wanted was to talk to someone his age who knew what it was like. In February of 2023, he and his classmate Sabine Fuchs applied to an app idea competition with their idea for a social app for teens with cancer. The prize: an internship with a professional team and $15,000 to build it.

They won.

Designed just for teens

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This app is under development in collaboration with the Impactree Foundation. The Impact APP Challenge is an entrepreneurship program empowering High School students to come up with and launch the next great social or environmental APP, and gain the critical skills they will need to become the changemakers of the future.  

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KCBS Interview

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Marin Independent Journal

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