Memorial Sloan-Kettering’s Resources for Life After Cancer program was created to support cancer survivors in dealing with psychological, physical, and practical issues related to cancer and its treatment.
Bridges, Memorial Sloan-Kettering’s newsletter written by and for cancer survivors, celebrates its fifth year of publication this summer.
An analysis of more than 1,700 survivors of childhood cancer reveals that approximately 95 percent are likely to develop one or more health conditions in adulthood.
An action plan led by the director of Memorial Sloan-Kettering’s Survivorship Initiative outlines an agenda to advance cancer survivorship care.
Medical oncologist Shari Goldfarb spoke about the sexual side effects of cancer and its treatment.
Actor and cancer activist Rob Lowe joined hundreds of patients, families, and friends to mark National Cancer Survivors Day at Memorial Sloan-Kettering’s Manhattan campus.
Rehabilitation Medicine Service Chief Michael Stubblefield discussed the need for better programs to address the long-term physical effects of cancer and its treatment.
Memorial Sloan-Kettering marked National Cancer Survivors Day at its Manhattan campus and at its regional sites in Westchester, New Jersey, and Long Island.
Therapies are often available for women dealing with sexual and vaginal health concerns related to cancer and its treatment.