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The following are videos of selected meetings, lectures, and discussions designed to assist in adjustment to life after cancer treatment.

Each program is tailored to a specific aspect of living well after cancer. These programs are sponsored by our Resources for Life After Cancer program and CancerSmart lecture series.

Many of the videos below can be viewed in iTunes.

Video: Finding Meaning In and After the Cancer Experience: A Discussion for Survivors

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Finding Meaning In and After the Cancer Experience: A Discussion for Survivors

Clinical psychologist Wendy Lichtenthal of Memorial Sloan Kettering discusses opportunities for personal growth after cancer treatment.

Pictured: David Pfister

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HPV and Head and Neck Cancer: What’s the Connection?

Medical oncologist David Pfister of Memorial Sloan Kettering explains the link between the human papillomavirus and head and neck cancer.

Video: Improving Sleep After Cancer Treatment

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Improving Sleep After Cancer Treatment

Sleep specialist Amy Lowery of Memorial Sloan Kettering discusses the importance of sleep and how to prevent and treat sleep problems.

Pictured: Laura Liberman

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Managing Anxiety about Medical Scans and Procedures

Memorial Sloan Kettering experts — radiologist and cancer survivor Laura Liberman, psychiatrist Matthew Doolittle, and psychologist Katherine DuHamel — discuss apprehension about scans and procedures, and offer tips to identify and manage “scanxiety.”

Pictured: David Kissane

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Mother-Daughter Conversations about Breast Cancer

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center’s Post-Treatment Resource Center hosts a panel discussion about issues that concern adolescents and young women who are dealing with a mother’s diagnosis of breast cancer.

Pictured: Gabrielle Miskovitz

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Neuropathy Care for Cancer Survivors

Memorial Sloan Kettering experts describe peripheral neuropathy caused by chemotherapy and offer tips for managing symptoms.

Pictured: Christine Iovino

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Recognizing and Treating the Long-Term Effects of Transplantation

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center post-transplant specialist Christine Iovino, RN discusses the potential long-term side effects of bone marrow and stem cell transplantation, and treatments for these complications.

Pictured: Mario E. Lacouture, MD

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Skin, Hair, and Nail Care for Cancer Survivors

Memorial Sloan Kettering dermatologist Mario Lacouture discusses common skin, hair, and nail conditions affecting cancer survivors.