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We at the National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship (NCCS) often hear from patients that they wish they would have received important information regarding their care earlier in their cancer journey. Furthermore, many report that they feel especially isolated when transitioning from active treatment into survivorship. The Cancer Survivorship Checklist is designed to be a simple, straightforward tool patients and caregivers can use as a guide for information critical to their care wherever they are on the cancer care continuum. In drafting and refining the checklist, we engaged a number of NCCS advisors, including cancer survivors and health care professionals with a wide range of experience.
Wenora Johnson is a three-time cancer survivor and Lynch Syndrome patient. She is an enthusiastic advocate…
The first time Hillary’s best friend Katie heard “you have cancer,” she was sitting in the doctor’s office with her…
Richard and Lynne
Richard wasn’t expecting to meet someone as special as Lynne in his hospice bereavement group…
Virgie and Martin
Virgie discovered her son’s cancer had recurred and had a 10% survival rate, over the phone. A modest and…
Over 15 years ago, Heidi was advised by countless doctors to terminate her pregnancy when she was diagnosed…
The Survivorship Checklist Website is supported by an educational grant from Daiichi-Sankyo.