American Cancer Society
American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons
Colon Cancer Alliance
Mesothelioma Cancer Center
National Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program
National Cancer Institute
Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation
Veterans and Lung Cancer
Veterans and Mesothelioma
An introduction to survivorship. Learn about adjusting to various changes in your life following cancer treatment and find information about the Institute of Medicine report on survivorship.
This section outlines the importance of follow-up care after cancer treatment along with tips for healthier living.
This section outlines a wide variety of resources to help with the transition to survivorship once active treatment is completed.
Learn about the side effects that can occur months or years after cancer treatment is finished.
Learn more about diagnosing and treating a cancer recurrence.
Many times people who have dealt with cancer firsthand want to support others with cancer. Whether you are a cancer survivor or a family member or friend of someone living with cancer, you have a lot of valuable experience that can help others facing cancer. Becoming a volunteer makes an important difference in someone else's life and often makes a positive difference in your own life. Being a volunteer offers different rewards for everyone. In fact, many volunteers say sharing their time makes them feel good, helps to build new friendships, and widens their network of support.
View artwork submitted for the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) annual wall calendar.
Find additional resources about survivorship.