Life After Cancer

More and more people are benefiting from the early detection of cancer and its successful treatment. These medical advances are improving both quality of life and length of survival, permitting many survivors to continue full and productive lives at home and at work.

National data regarding life after cancer track the financial burden of cancer care and relative survival rates, as well as the health behaviors of cancer survivors, including survivors’ physical activity, weight management, and smoking status.

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Financial burden of cancer care,
Cancer survivorship