Resources for More Information: Survivorship
The internet can be a valuable resource for a patient who wants to find out more information about their disease. However, remember that not every website contains accurate and reliable information. The websites listed below offer information and resources.
Creating a Survivorship Care Plan
Resources for Keeping Track of Treatments, Testing, and Appointments
- Minnesota Cancer Alliance Cancer Survivor Care Plan: What's Next? Life After Cancer Treatment
Resources for Survivorship Information & Educational Sessions
- National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship
- Office of Cancer Survivorship
- ACS / GWU National Cancer Survivorship Resource Center
- Facing Forward: Life After Cancer Treatment from the NCI
- Integrative Medicine (Society for Integrative Oncology)
- LLS Follow-Up Care and Survivorship
Resources for Psychosocial Information
- CancerCare.org – Support groups, counseling, educational programs.
- Cancerandcareers.org – All things work-related, from time of diagnosis into survivorship.
- Legal issues at Triage Cancer, CancerLegalResourceCenter.org or look for a local legal aid clinic (like Legal Clinic for the Disabled).
- The Oncofertility Consortium
- Patient Advocate Foundation – insurance concerns.
- American Institute for Cancer Research – diet, exercise, weight and cancer.
Pediatric Cancer Survivor Resources
- Survivors of childhood cancers at curesearch.org.
- Children's Oncology Group Survivorship Guidelines
- The Childhood Cancer Survivor Study: Website includes published research and information from this ongoing study.