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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 a wide variety of resources to help with the transition to survivorship once active treatment is completed.
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 about the side effects that can occur months or years after cancer treatment is finished.
Learn about the importance of follow-up care to watch for a cancer recurrence and long-term side effects of treatment.
Find information on childhood cancer survivorship and the importance of follow-up care.
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.
Explore the role of patient advocates in the cancer community, find information on ASCO's patient advocacy programs, and learn more about public policy advocacy.
Read stories from survivors who have shared their experience with cancer. This article includes a link to the LIVESTRONG Foundation's website.
View artwork submitted for the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) annual wall calendar. If you would like to submit an expression of hope for consideration in the ASCO annual wall calendar, please see our Expressions of Hope Calendar section for more information.
Find additional resources about survivorship.