Long-term follow-up program provides transition for patients and their families from the time they complete therapy through adulthood. A cancer survivor is any person that has completed active therapy and is in remission.
Medical Director: Emmett Broxson, Jr, MD
- All patients that were treated for cancer before they were 21 years of age.
- Treatment may include:
- stem cell transplant
- evaluation and diagnosis of long term effects of cancer treatment
- ongoing education
- social worker, endocrinologist, dietitian, and genetic counselor
- referral for community services
Second and fourth Monday of each month
- http://www.cancerproject.org/index.php - this site is geared to survivors of both childhood and adult cancers.
- www.beyondthecure.org -this website is designed to provide information pertaining to all areas of the survivors life. You can create a personal profile of late effects specific to your diagnosis and treatment.
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