Survivorship — the time after you finish treatment — is the last and longest part of the cancer journey. The thought of returning to normal can definitely get you through tough parts of treatment. But it’s important to remember that although your treatment may be finished, you still need to heal. In addition, the definition of “normal” may have changed for you because of what you’ve been through. And that’s normal, too.
In this section, you can find some information about navigating the survivorship stage of your journey, including:
Life after Cancer With your treatment complete, it’s time to start recovering your strength — both physical and emotional. There’s not a magic switch to flip back to “non-cancer” life. It’s a process you go through. Learn More
Volunteerism — Giving Back Few things are more uplifting for current cancer patients than receiving the support and encouragement of cancer survivors. When your treatment ends, your opportunities to give back are only beginning. Learn More