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CANCER SURVIVORSHIP

Survivorship Clinics

All you wanted to know about cancer.

Breast Cancer Survivorship Clinic

You may find that physical, psychosocial or financial concerns continue because of cancer treatments. Patients often call this the "new normal."

Breast Cancer Survivorship Clinic can help develop a plan for your ongoing health care. You will receive care based on specific guidelines designed for survivors just like you who have been treated.

The clinic addresses your physical and psychosocial care. They:

  • Review your recent medical history and perform a physical examination
  • Conduct a complete assessment to detect cancer recurrence or progression
  • Identify and help manage side effects of cancer and treatment
  • Develop a treatment summary and follow-up care plan
  • Provide education and referrals related to:
    • Cancer screening examinations
    • Health behaviors that reduce cancer risk

Side Effects & Symptoms

The survivorship clinic specializes in identifying and treating late side effects, which are symptoms that may appear months or years after treatment has ended. The physical changes will depend on your cancer type and treatment.

Side effects and symptoms you may experience include:

  • Lymph edema (swelling of the arm)
  • Osteoporosis (low bone mass that results in weak bones that break easily)
  • Menopausal symptoms
  • Changes in fertility and sexuality
  • Fatigue

Remember, it is important to communicate with your health care team through every stage of your cancer experience. Some survivors need more information and use more support services than others use, depending upon their diagnosis and treatment.

Childhood Cancer Survivors Clinic

Children who have survived cancer are special. They've been through a lot both physically and emotionally. The Children's Cancer Hospital's Childhood Cancer Survivors Clinic helps childhood cancer survivors overcome physical, psychological and developmental problems that may result from cancer or its treatments. Because we've successfully treated thousands of children and adolescents, we can anticipate many long-term side effects and create individualized monitoring and treatment programs to minimize the impact.

We help anyone diagnosed with cancer before the age of 18, who has been out of treatment and cancer-free for at least three years, regardless of the person's present age.

    Services Provided

    • Complete physical examinations
    • Blood work and X-rays
    • Regular cancer screening
    • Summarized reports to your primary care physician
    • Referral to medical specialists
    • Genetic counseling

    Colorectal Survivor Clinic

    A cancer survivor is any one with cancer, from the time of diagnosis and treatment through the remaining years of life. You are finished with your active cancer treatment and moving to the next phase of your life and next phase of your care. You may find your life returns to what you knew before you had cancer. Or, you may find that physical, psychosocial or financial concerns continue because of earlier treatments. Patients often call this the new normal.

    Colorectal Survivorship Clinic is here to help you develop a plan for your ongoing health care.You will receive care based on specific guidelines designed for survivors just like you .The clinic addresses your physical and psychosocial care.

    • Review your recent medical history and perform a physical examination
    • Conduct a complete assessment to detect cancer recurrence or progression
    • Identify and help manage side effects of cancer and treatment
    • Develop a treatment summary and follow-up care plan
    • Provide education and referrals related to :
      • Cancer screening examinations
      • Health behaviors that reduce cancer risk

    Your survivorship health care team will include physicians, advanced practice nurses and patient service coordinators, who work closely with the other specialized doctors and nurses. For your non-cancer check-up, we will communicate with your primary care provider or oncologist in your community and expect you to follow up regularly with that provider.

    Side Effects & Symptoms

    The survivorship clinic specializes in identifying and treating late effects, which are physical changes that will depend on your cancer type and treatment.

    Side effects and symptoms you may experience include :

    • Neuropathy
    • Uncontrolled bowel movements that are not managed by current treatment
    • Lymph edema
    • Sexual health issues

    Remember, it is important to communicate with your health care team through every stage of your cancer experience.

    Genitourinary Cancer Survivorship Clinic

    A cancer survivor is any one with cancer, from the time of diagnosis and treatment through the remaining years of life. You are finished with your active cancer treatment and moving to the next phase of your life and next phase of your care. You may find your life returns to what you knew before you had cancer. Or, you may find that physical, psychosocial or financial concerns continue because of earlier treatments. Patients often call this the new normal.

    Colorectal Survivorship Clinic is here to help you develop a plan for your ongoing health care.You will receive care based on specific guidelines designed for survivors just like you .The clinic addresses your physical and psychosocial care.

    • Review your recent medical history and perform a physical examination
    • Conduct a complete assessment to detect cancer recurrence or progression
    • Identify and help manage side effects of cancer and treatment
    • Develop a treatment summary and follow-up care plan
    • Provide education and referrals related to :
      • Cancer screening examinations
      • Health behaviors that reduce cancer risk

    Your survivorship health care team will include physicians, advanced practice nurses and patient service coordinators, who work closely with the other specialized doctors and nurses. For your non-cancer check-up, we will communicate with your primary care provider or oncologist in your community and expect you to follow up regularly with that provider.

    Side Effects & Symptoms

    The survivorship clinic specializes in identifying and treating late side effects, which are symptoms that may appear months or years after treatment has ended. The physical changes will depend on your cancer type and treatment.

    Remember, it is important to communicate with your health care team through every stage of your cancer experience.

    Lymphoma Survivorship Clinic

    A cancer survivor is anyone with cancer, from the time of diagnosis and treatment through the remaining years of life. You are finished with your active cancer treatment and moving to the next phase of your life and next phase of your care.

    You may find your life returns to what you knew before you had cancer. Or, you may find that physical, psychosocial or financial concerns continue because of earlier treatments. Patients often call this the new normal.

    Our Lymphoma Survivorship Clinic is here to help you develop a plan for your ongoing health care.

    Moving Forward

    Survivorship care is designed to prevent, detect and treat complications resulting from cancer or its treatment. Through the survivorship clinic, you will receive care based on specific guidelines designed for survivors just like you who have been treated. The clinic addresses your physical and psychosocial care.

    We will :

    • Review your recent medical history and perform a physical examination
    • Conduct a complete assessment to detect cancer recurrence or progression
    • Identify and help you manage side effects of cancer and treatment
    • Develop a treatment summary and follow-up care plan
    • Provide education and referrals related to :
      • Cancer screening examinations
      • Increased risk for other cancers
      • Late effects from cancer treatment
      • Health behaviors that reduce cancer risk

    Side Effects & Symptoms

    The survivorship clinic specializes in identifying and treating late side effects, which are symptoms that may appear months or years after treatment has ended. The physical changes will depend on your cancer type and treatment.

    Side effects, symptoms and changes you may experience :

    • Xerostomia (dry mouth) caused by surgery or radiation therapy
    • Weight gain due to medicines and inactivity
    • Fatigue
    • Heart problems, such as shortness of breath and rapid heartbeat
    • Infertility, sexual side effects and early menopause in women
    • Osteoporosis, a condition that causes weak bones that are more likely to break
    • Neuropathy, a condition that causes numbness, tingling, burning, pinching, pain or not being able to feel sensations like hot or cold

    Remember, it is important to communicate with your health care team through every stage in your cancer experience. Some survivors need more information and use more support services than others use, depending upon their diagnosis and treatment. A dietitian and a social worker will be available to meet with you during your scheduled survivorship appointment. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact your health care team.

    Thyroid Cancer Survivorship Clinic

    You are finished with your active cancer treatment and moving to the next phase of your life and next phase of your care. You may find life returns to what you knew before you had cancer. Or, you may find that physical, psychosocial or financial concerns continue because of cancer treatments. Patients often call this the "new normal."

    Thyroid Cancer Survivorship Clinic can help develop a plan for your ongoing health care. You will receive care based on specific guidelines designed for survivors just like you who have been treated.

    The clinic addresses your physical and psychosocial care. They :

    • Review your recent medical history and perform a physical examination
    • Conduct a complete assessment to detect cancer recurrence or progression
    • Identify and help manage side effects of cancer and treatment
    • Develop a treatment summary and follow-up care plan
    • Provide education and referrals related to :
      • Cancer screening examinations
      • Health behaviors that reduce cancer risk

    Side Effects & Symptoms

    The survivorship clinic specializes in identifying and treating late side effects, which are symptoms that may appear months or years after treatment has ended. The physical changes will depend on your cancer type and treatment.

    Side effects you may experience as a thyroid cancer survivor include :

    • Increased risk for other cancers
    • Heart problems
    • Low bone mass
    • Dry mouth and dental problems
    • Voice and swallowing difficulties
    • Fatigue

    Remember, it is important to communicate with your health care team through every stage of your cancer experience.

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