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 My cancer is in remission Change​​​


​​​​​You've emerged from a huge challenge—you're done with your cancer treatments. Now you are asking yourself what's next? 

Congratulations on being done with cancer treatments. Life after cancer treatments is a new chapter with both opportunities and challenges. We’re here to support you through both.

Our unique cancer survivorship program offers holistic care for adult patients through their cancer treatment and is part of our commitment to quality patient care. 

Survivorship coordinators are available to meet with you after finishing your last treatment to continue your survivorship journey. 

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Cancer treatment side effects

Your cancer treatments can cause many side effects including hair loss, fertility issues, open wounds, muscle weakness and many others.

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Continued care

We will work with your primary care team to support you through follow-up care and screenings.

Your cancer care team

Screening and prevention

After your cancer treatments are complete, your care team will work with you to setup screenings and prevention strategies to make sure your cancer does not come back.

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Available resources

Resources are available after your cancer treatments including financial help, spiritual services and our medical library.

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Common questions

After completing cancer treatments, there are many questions that begin to race through your mind. We have created a list of frequently asked questions for you to use.

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Support groups

We offer many support groups for patients that have been diagnosed with cancer. 

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Coping with the fear of cancer returning

Thanks to earlier detection and improved treatments, there are now more than 15.5 million Americans who have lived with, through and beyond cancer. After cancer treatment, many use the first few months to find their “new normal.” Read more

More life after cancer stories:

Reclaiming your intimacy after cancer: 4 tips for your ‘new normal’

Survivor guilt: An unanticipated side effect of cancer

Scanxiety common in cancer survivors ​​