Childhood cancer survivors need long-term surveillance to keep up with late-term effects, screenings, and other health-related issues.
Childhood cancer survivors need lifelong follow-up care to monitor for secondary cancers, long-term and late effects, and other health-related issues. Below are a list of programs that provide survivorship care to childhood cancer survivors.
The National Children’s Cancer Society provides a listing of long-term follow-up clinics for survivors of childhood cancer at http://beyondthecure.org/resources/follow-up-clinics.html.
Other Childhood Cancer Survivors Programs:
Children’s Hospital Los Angeles LIFE Program (Long-term Information, Follow-Up and Evaluation)
City of Hope Childhood Cancer Survivorship Program
HEROS Clinic at Yale Cancer Center
UCLA’s Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center Pediatric Long-Term Follow-Up Program
UCSF Survivors of Childhood Cancer Program
University of Chicago Comer Children’s Hospital Childhood Cancer Survivors Center
UT Southwestern Medical Center and Children’s Medical Center in Dallas' After the Cancer Experience