Cancer Survivorship starts at the time of diagnosis and continues throughout a patient’s life. Living with cancer can be a big challenge but family caregivers, friends, and others who assist you may be very helpful as you adjust to life with this illness. These supporters are also considered survivors.
- Cancer–Living with Cancer (MedlinePlus)
- About Survivorship (American Society of Clinical Oncology)
- Cancer Survivors Network (American Cancer Society)
- Cancer Survivorship (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
- Facing Forward: Life after Cancer Treatment (National Cancer Institute)
- Understanding Cancer Prognosis (National Cancer Institute)
- Beyond the Cure (National Children’s Cancer Society)
- Breast Cancer in Young Women (Young Survival Coalition)
- Life after Cancer (American Cancer Society)
- Long-Term Follow-Up Guidelines for Survivors of Childhood, Adolescent, and Young Adult Cancers (Children’s Oncology Group)
- Planning for Life after Cancer: A Guide for Teens and Young Adults (LIVESTRONG Lance Armstrong Foundation)
- Sexual Side Effects in Men (American Cancer Society)
- Sexual Side Effects in Women (American Cancer Society)
These sites allow patients to discuss their experiences with illnesses, treatments, and other health matters. Any information or opinions posted are those of the forum users themselves and are not a substitute for professional medical advice.
Resources selected by Jennifer Walker, Health Sciences Library, UNC-Chapel Hill.
Last reviewed April 6, 2018