In 2003, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center formally developed a Cancer Survivorship Initiative charged with coordinating an institute-wide effort dedicated to meeting the complex needs of cancer survivors. This section of the website offers suggestions for program development and recommendations for care of post-treatment patients.
- Developing a Survivorship Program
Find answers to questions about how to develop a successful survivorship program at your institution.
- Caring for Survivors
Explore presentations from a two-day symposium called Caring for Cancer Survivors: Managing Late Effects of Cancer Treatment.
- Survivorship Care Plan
A survivorship care plan is the record of a patient's cancer history and recommendations for follow-up care.
- Pediatric Survivorship Fellowship
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center offers a one-year fellowship designed to train physicians to evaluate and treat survivors of childhood and adolescent cancer.