We have created this page to help you learn more about the cancer journey from professionals around the nation. Scroll below to view online webinars, information from across the web, or recommended reading.
Downloadable reading & research
Survivorship: Spanish & English - Download
As you finish cancer treatment, you might be wondering: What happens next? The answer is different for every person. Some people return to the lives they were leading before their diagnosis, while the lives of others are significantly changed by their cancer experience. The challenge for every survivor is figuring out how to return to everyday life while adjusting to the effects of the disease and its treatment.
Brought to you by The Circle Of Life, this booklet provides cancer education and resources to help community health representatives and health educators work within American Indian and Alaska Native communities. These resources provide ways for communities, families and individuals to stay well, get well, find cancer cures, and continue on their journey.
The Cancer Care Team – An Introductory Lesson
Diagnosing and treating cancer is complex. People often need the experience and skills of several different medical and health professionals to treat cancer. These professionals involved in a patient's cancer care make up the oncology team. This can also be called your cancer care team, health care team, or multidisciplinary care team.
It Helps to Have Friends When Mom or Dad Has Cancer
It’s hard to have a parent with cancer! But there are things that can help you during this time. Here you can find out some of the things kids worry about and go through. We’ll also tell you about some things that may help you deal with cancer in your family.
After Diagnosis - A Guide for Patients and Families
Finding out you have cancer can bring many changes for your and your loved ones. You probably have lots of questions. This document answers many questions about cancer and cancer treatment. We also tell you what you can expect from the people and services that are there to help you cope with cancer.