The intention of this article is to contribute to reflections on the complexity of what it can mean to be a young adult living with cancer, and to provide a set of concrete proposals of how to address this issue in clinical practice. Using the Internet as a medium for qualitative interviews, suggestions of what kind of questions are of importance for young adults to discuss with their health care providers are produced. Finally it is concluded that there is an urgent need to pay attention to the subjective experiences of young adults living with cancer and preferably to do so via a medium that is relevant to this group.