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NCI Launches Study of African-American Cancer Survivors

Video – The Psychosocial Impacts of Pediatric and Adolescent Cancers exit disclaimer

Cancer Currents Blog: The Impact and Future of the Childhood Cancer Survivor Study, An Interview with Greg Armstrong, M.D.

Cancer Currents Blog: Study Forecasts ‘Silver Tsunami’ of Cancer Survivors

Anticipating the “Silver Tsunami”: Prevalence Trajectories and Comorbidity Burden among Older Cancer Survivors in the United States exit disclaimer

New Report: Number of US Cancer Survivors Expected to Exceed 20 Million by 2026 exit disclaimer

Caring for caregivers and patients: Research and clinical priorities for informal cancer caregiving

2016 Biennial Cancer Survivorship Research Conference: Innovation in a Rapidly Changing Landscape exit disclaimer

Revisiting the SEER-MHOS Linked Data Resource for Patient-Reported Outcomes Research in Older Adults with Cancer exit disclaimer

NCI’s Office of Cancer Survivorship Mourns the Loss of Ellen Stovall exit disclaimer
Among Ms. Stovall’s innumerable accomplishments and influences: she played a key role in the creation of the Office of Cancer Survivorship 20 years ago.

Cancer Survivor Stories

May 4-5 Meeting: Caring for Caregivers and Patients: Revisiting the Research and Clinical Priorities for Informal Cancer Caregiving

Better Care for Children with Cancer Linked to Longer Lifespans

Surveillance, Epidemiology and End Results-Medicare Health Outcomes Survey (SEER-MHOS) linked data set now publicly available

NCI Co-funded Childhood Cancer Survivor Study: 2016 Career Development Award Application Now Available exit disclaimer

DCCPS experts and colleagues, in JCO: More Exercise, Less TV May Lower Risk of Death for Survivors of Colorectal Cancer exit disclaimer

JNCI monograph: The Role of Integrative Oncology in Cancer Survivorship exit disclaimer

Cancer Survivors Face Heavy Economic Burden

Interactive Graphic: Expertise in Cancer Survivorship Research