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After Diagnosis, You're on to Survivorship

Anyone who has had cancer remembers exactly when and how they got the diagnosis. Like them, you, too, will find your path through the disease. These resources from The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center will help you and your loved ones on the journey. Read

 

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"I was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1992 and am blessed to say that I am an 18 year survivor.  My message to all females young and old is to get an annual mammogram." — CONNIE63

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Anderson Network

Provides online programs, publications and a patient- and caregiver-support line. Go

National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship

Offers a cancer survival tool box with links to resources by cancer and treatment. Go

CancerCare

Provides one-on-one counseling and support groups led by oncology social workers. Go

National Cancer Institute

Includes links to organizations that offer assistance and details about cancer-related events. Go

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