After Treatment and Survivorship
Watch patient-friendly videos about how to deal with issues arising after treatment for cancer. This section also contains videos on survivorship issues.
Completing cancer treatment may leave you with many questions about what the future may look like. Patient advocate and cancer survivor Terry Kungel and medical oncologist Dr. Lidia Schapira give advice to people for next steps once their cancer treatment ends.
The term “cancer survivor” is used for anybody who has been diagnosed with cancer. Medical oncologist Dr. Lidia Schapira along with patient advocate and survivor Terry Kungel talk about what cancer survivorship means. This video includes information about survivorship care, phases of survivorship, tools that can make your follow-up care plan easier, and where to get more information.
Dr. Jennifer Ligibel talks about the link between obesity and cancer, including steps survivors can take to improve their health and manage their weight.
In this new video, Dr. Julie Gralow outlines for patients how these free template forms should be used to record the treatment given and the recommended follow-up care plan.
Dr. Gregory Reaman gives an overview of childhood cancer survivorship and the importance of follow-up care after treatment is complete.
Dr. Lisa Diller outlines the importance of watching for late effects of treatment for childhood cancer survivors.
Dr. Lidia Schapira discusses what to expect in the time period after your cancer treatment is complete and your transition to survivorship.
Dr. Eric Winer outlines some self-image and body image changes a woman may encounter due to breast cancer treatment, along with coping strategies.