National Coalition of Cancer Survivorship
NCCS Cancer Survivor Toolbox® - Living Beyond Cancer
“Surviving cancer is more complicated than simply being sick or well, having cancer or being cancer free. Instead, it is a continual process that is constantly changing. There may be times when the joy you feel about survival far outweighs any anxieties you may have. Then, there will be times when your fears and uncertainties seem to take over your life, and you wonder if you will ever feel normal again… This program will introduce you to skills to help you adapt to your life after cancer. The goal is to help you, a cancer survivor, be as healthy as possible within your personal circumstances.“
The Toolbox program is available for listening online in both English and Spanish.
ASCO Answers – Cancer Survivorship booklet
“As you finish cancer treatment, you might be wondering: What happens next? The answer is different for every person. Some people return to the lives they were leading before their diagnosis, while the lives of others are significantly changed by their cancer experience. The challenge for every survivor is figuring out how to return to everyday life while adjusting to the effects of the disease and its treatment.” See this booklet from the American Society of Clinical Oncology at Cancer.net. for more information.
Nutrition and Physical Activity Guidelines for Cancer Survivors - American Cancer Society
"Cancer survivors are often highly motivated to seek information about food choices, physical activity, and dietary supplements to improve their treatment outcomes, quality of life, and overall survival. This report summarizes the evaluation of the scientific evidence and best clinical practices by a group of experts in nutrition, physical activity, and cancer survivorship."