Scientists have discovered a puzzling link in recent years between younger people's increased cancer risk and hastened ageing. Long linked to ageing, cancer has recently been linked to younger populations as well, which has raised serious concerns and led to extensive study efforts. By delving into the depths of molecular mechanisms and cellular biology, scientists have started to piece together the complex link between cancer initiation in people who are diagnosed much younger than is often the case with accelerated ageing processes. This paper examines the most recent research on this emerging topic, highlighting the consequences and possible directions for future research.