The transition from treatment to recovery can be very difficult. Although the majority of cancer survivors report that cancer has not had a considerable long-term impact on their lives, many survivors still require a certain amount of follow-up care and support.
The goal of the Norton Cancer Institute Survivorship Program is to address the potential health and wellness issues that patients and families may have after treatment has ended. By maintaining long-term patient-physician contact, we are able to ensure that patients receive the most relevant, up-to-date information on new and upcoming screenings, treatment and therapies, as well as provide counseling for family members and/or caregivers who also may be grappling with the side effects of treatment and recovery.
The Norton Cancer Institute Survivorship Program is dedicated to providing you with the continued guidance you need. We work with you to develop an individualized survivorship care plan and provide you with education and resources to assist you in maintaining your overall health and well-being after cancer.
For more information on the Norton Cancer Institute Survivorship Program, call (502) 899-3366.
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