Explore links to resources that may help you enhance your health and well-being after cancer treatment. The resources below address emotional concerns, nutrition and physical activity, peer-to-peer support, practical concerns, and testing for cancer.
National Cancer Institute/Coping with Cancer
This information is to help people cope with the many issues and concerns that can occur when diagnosed with cancer.
National Cancer Institute/Depression
Read NCI’s information on feelings of depression during and after cancer treatment.
Nutrition and Physical Activity
American Cancer Society: Eat Healthy and Get Active
Learn about the benefits of good nutrition, regular physical activity, and staying at a healthy weight. The site also offers guidance and tips to help choose healthier options.
Cancer Survivors Network
Created by and for cancer survivors, join the American Cancer Society’s network to cope with the challenges and spectrum of emotions that living with cancer can bring.
Cancer Care Network
Get information on counseling, support groups, education, and financial assistance with this patient-to-patient network.
Practical Concerns & Testing for Cancer
National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship (NCCS)
Founded by and for cancer survivors, NCCS advocates for quality cancer care for all people touched by cancer. Explore many survivorship programs.
Cancer Survival Toolbox
Access this award-winning free audio program produced through a collaboration between cancer organizations.