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Survivorship Resources



The term "cancer survivors" refers to individuals who have been diagnosed with cancer and the people in their lives who are affected by the diagnosis, including family members, friends, and caregivers.

Cancer survivors may face physical, emotional, social, spiritual, and financial challenges as a result of their cancer diagnosis and treatment. The Hayworth Cancer Center offers resources designed to help cancer survivors cope with these challenges. A variety of support groups (hyperlink to Support Group page) welcome current patients and those who have completed their treatment and are in recovery.
We also sponsor an annual Cancer Survivors' Day Celebration featuring educational offerings and presentations by inspirational cancer survivors each summer. (To receive an invitation to this event click here)

Due to advances in the early detection and treatment of cancer, people are living many years after a diagnosis. This requires special attention to help maintain health and improve survival and quality of life after cancer. Our Quit Smart Smoking Cessation Program (insert hyperlink) can help survivors take a major step in removing one preventable risk factor for recurrence. Regular physical activity has been shown to improve the quality of life after a cancer diagnosis. Our CancerFitt (insert hyperlink) exercise program is tailored specifically to cancer patients and is a great way to take a first step toward a healthy survivorship.

Here are some links to other helpful Survivorship Resources: