Cancer Survivorship Resources
- CureSearch provides information on childhood cancer and cancer survivorship for patients, their families, physicians and health care advisors.
- Children’s Oncology Group Long-Term, Follow-Up Guidelines for Survivors of Childhood, Adolescent, and Young Adult Cancers provides information about the late effects of cancer therapy and long-term follow-up recommendations.
- National Cancer Institute provides cancer survivorship information.
- American Cancer Society provides support programs and services, resources for healthy living and scholarships for cancer survivors.
- The Lance Armstrong Foundation provides education and support to cancer survivors; provides a free survivorship notebook.
- The National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship advocates for cancer survivorship; provides programs and resources for cancer survivorship.
- Beyond the Cure is supported by the National Children's Cancer Society and provides information on all aspects of a childhood cancer survivor’s life.
- Fertile Hope is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to providing reproductive information, support, and hope to cancer survivors who face the risk of infertility.
- National Brain Tumor Foundation is a not-for-profit health organization dedicated to providing information and support for brain tumor patients, family members and healthcare professionals.
- Brain Tumor Foundation for Children provides services for children of all ages and their families, including educational materials and scholarships for brain tumor survivors.
- Children’s Oncology Group is the primary governing body of all national and adolescent cancer research and clinical trials.
- The Lance Armstrong Foundation provides grants for research in the area of cancer survivorship.
- The Childhood Cancer Survivor Study (CCSS) is a multi-institutional study aimed at studying the late effects of childhood cancer therapy. The Aflac Cancer Center and Blood Disorders Service of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta is a participating site in this critical survivorship study.