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The Stupid Cancer app: Initial findings from a mHealth tool to provide young adult cancer survivors peer support and targeted cancer information

Benedict, C., Lazard, A., Love, B., Zachary, M., & Fuehrer, D. (to be presented 2018, April). Society of Behavioral Medicine, New Orleans, LA.

Perceptions of a social support app for adolescents and young adults with cancer

b.Lazard, A., Saffer, A., Horrell, L., Benedict, C., Fuehrer, D., & Love, B. (2017, December). The 2nd Global Adolescent & Young Adult Cancer Congress, Atlanta, GA.

Peer-To-Peer connections: Young adult cancer survivors’ perceptions of a social networking app

c.Lazard, A., Saffer, A., Horrell, L., Benedict, C., Fuehrer, D., & Love, B. (2017, September). North Carolina Public Health Association Educational Conference, Asheville, NA.

Reaching a hard to reach patient population: Using a mobile technology-based tool to provide information and support

d.Benedict, C., Fuehrer, D., Love, B., Victorson, D., & Zachary, M. (2017, March). Society of Behavioral Medicine, San Diego, CA.