Moving On After Treatment
This three-page handout helps people prepare to complete their cancer treatment. It explains that after treatment ends, the patient will need follow-up visits for years, and lists the information they will need about their cancer, tests, and treatment for future doctor visits. It discusses life changes during and after cancer treatment, including making healthy lifestyle choices, diet, rest, fatigue, and exercise, as well as emotional health and support. The document includes American Cancer Society contacts for more information.
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