Surviving Cancer: Follow-up Care
Even though cancer may be in the rearview mirror, your health shouldn’t be. Depending on your cancer, some doctors will want to see you on a regular basis during remission. No matter what, you’ve been able to get your health back, so rely on your healthcare team to help you hold on to it.
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Bladder Cancer Information
Source: American Cancer SocietyReview questions about bladder cancer to discuss with your doctor at the time of diagnosis as well as before and after your treatment.
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Source: National Cancer InstituteAfter you've finished your cancer treatment, you might have a lot of questions. Here are a few from the NCI that can help guide your conversation about next steps and follow-up care with your healthcare team.
Source: National Cancer InstituteInformation from the NCI about follow-up medical care after you've completed cancer treatment. Find out what's involved in getting a wellness plan and taking steps toward a healthy lifestyle.
Source: CancerCareA survivorship care plan is a very important part of follow-up care for everyone who completes treatment for cancer. It can help you work effectively with your healthcare team. Using these checklists can help you better manage your follow-up care.
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