Follow-up care is important after being treated for cancer. Rehabilitation and healthy living are essential to the after-treatment process.
Learn about the importance of follow-up care to watch for a cancer recurrence and long-term side effects of treatment.
Find and print forms that your doctor can complete to help you keep track of what treatment is planned after surgery, what treatment you received, and a summary of your follow-up care plan once treatment is finished.
Learn more about the cancer rehabilitation process, which assists a person with cancer in obtaining maximum physical, social, psychological, and work-related functioning during and after treatment.
After a cancer diagnosis, many people want to make healthy lifestyle changes, such as eating better, exercising more, and finding better ways to manage stress. Although practicing healthy habits is important for everyone, it is especially important for cancer survivors because they can be at a higher risk for other health problems as a result of cancer treatment.
Cancer survivors should be physically active during and after treatment. Regular physical activity can also reduce the risk of some cancers recurring. Here are some tips for getting active.