Strength can always be found

in the support of others.

Strength can always be found

in the support of others.

Cancer Survivorship

Cancer Survivorship

Once someone is diagnosed with any type of cancer, they’re considered a cancer survivor. Cancer survivorship refers to life following a cancer diagnosis, during and after treatment, whether or not it’s successful.

A cancer diagnosis comes with a lot of physical, mental, emotional, social, and economic challenges. Treatments can take their toll, too. And then there are new struggles after the decision to stop treatment. Even when treatment is successful and the cancer is cured, patients have a new outlook, new needs and priorities, physical and psychological changes, family issues, and more.

Nothing is more important to cancer survivorship than a reliable support network of friends, loved ones, and professionals. It’s important that you know you are not alone.

Take some time to check out the cancer survivorship resources below.

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American Cancer Society

American Cancer Society

A nationwide voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer.

Compassionate Hands and Hearts

Compassionate Hands and Hearts

Supporting those needing help battling breast cancer by improving the quality of life for them and their families

Libby’s Legacy Breast Cancer Foundation

Libby’s Legacy Breast Cancer Foundation

Provides comprehensive breast health care to the under-served Central Florida community through education, mammograms, follow up diagnostics and more.

Oncology Nursing Society (ONS)

Oncology Nursing Society (ONS)

Seeking to reduce the risks, incidence, and burden of cancer by encouraging healthy lifestyles, promoting early detection, and improving the management of cancer symptoms and side effects.

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