|Life After Cancer | National Comprehensive Cancer Network|
Fifty percent of U.S. men and one-third of U.S. women will develop cancer in their lifetimes. There are currently more than 12 million U.S. cancer survivors.
Despite the widespread nature of the disease, primary care physicians and other health care providers are often unfamiliar with survivorship issues and do not generally receive formal guidance from oncologists (cancer doctors) on how to monitor cancer survivors or manage their care.
The articles listed below discuss how cancer survivors can cope physically and emotionally after cancer treatment is completed. The Dana-Farber Cancer Institute/NCCN Cancer Survivorship Information™ section contains additional articles, and our video center lists some informative videos to select from.
Coping After Cancer
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