Young adults with chronic illnesses have poorer educational, vocational and financial outcomes

Monday, March 7, 2011 - 23:30 in Health & Medicine

Most young adults who grow up with chronic illness graduate high school and have employment, but those with cancer, diabetes or epilepsy are significantly less likely than their healthy peers to achieve important educational and vocational milestones, according to a new article.

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