About this group
Cancer is a major event for all who are diagnosed, and for those who love and care for them.
Some survivors may experience physical, emotional, and psychosocial challenges after cancer treatment. Therefore knowing how to partner with your follow-up healthcare team can greatly contribute to your quality of life.
As you monitor your health post-treatment, you may choose to create a few lifestyle changes. This may include reducing stress, diet improvements, and giving more time to the events and activities you enjoy.
Many survivors report a renewed appreciation and engage in ways to optimize their good health. As empowered survivors they are focused on building strength for the future.
- Public, Open Access
- All Journey Phases; Anal Cancer; Bladder Cancer; Bone Cancer; Brain Tumors; Breast Cancer; Carcinoid Cancer; Cervical Cancer; Colon Cancer; Esophageal Cancer; Gallbladder Cancer; Head and Neck Cancer; Kidney (Renal Cell) Cancer; Leukemia; Liver Cancer; Lung Cancer; Lymphoma; Melanoma; Multiple Myeloma; Myelodysplastic Syndrome; Ovarian Cancer; Pancreatic Cancer; Penile Cancer; Prostate Cancer; Rectal Cancer; Soft Tissue Sarcoma; Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer; Stomach Cancer; Testicular Cancer; Thyroid Cancer; Uterine Cancer; Vaginal Cancer; Vulvar Cancer; Other Cancer; Unknown Primary Origin Cancer
- Survivorship Support