Welcome to the Office of Cancer Survivorship Program, DCCPS
The NCI Office of Cancer Survivorship (OCS) works to enhance the quality and length of survival of all persons diagnosed with cancer and to prevent, minimize, or manage adverse effects of cancer and its treatment.
Meet the new OCS director,
Dr. Emily S. Tonorezos.
New treatments spur sharp reduction in lung cancer mortality rate, increasing number of lung cancer survivors.
Study offers insights on health problems among adolescent and young adult cancer survivors.
Ovarian cancer studies aim to reduce racial disparities and improve outcomes.
Cancer survivor shares 3 tips to enhance your visit to NIH.
About The Office of Cancer Survivorship
An individual is considered a cancer survivor from the time of diagnosis, through the balance of his or her life. There are many types of survivors, including those living with cancer and those free of cancer. This term is meant to capture a population of those with a history of cancer rather than to provide a label that may or may not resonate with individuals.
OCS works to promote a better understanding of unique needs of the growing population of cancer survivors, and to enhance our ability to address them.
Featured Graph and Statistic
For all cancers combined, Black men have the highest rate of new cancer diagnoses.