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Source:National Cancer InstituteWhen treatment ends, families may not realize that recovery takes time. Get more information from the NCI about common challenges that survivors and their families may face.
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Source:CancerCareFor cancer survivors, fear of recurrence (the cancer returning) is a common concern. There are many ways in which you can manage it in order to live a full and meaningful life.
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