Childhood Cancer Survivorship Programs

CURE, Summer 2009, Volume 8, Issue 2

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.

http://beyondthecure.org/resources/follow-up-clinics.html.

The National Children’s Cancer Society provides a listing of long-term follow-up clinics for survivors of childhood cancer at

Other Childhood Cancer Survivors Programs:

Children’s Hospital Los Angeles LIFE Program (Long-term Information, Follow-Up and Evaluation)

www.childrenshospitalla.org/site/c.ipINKTOAJsG/b.4347877/k.899B/LIFE_Program.htm

City of Hope Childhood Cancer Survivorship Program

www.cityofhope.org/survivorship

HEROS Clinic at Yale Cancer Center

www.med.yale.edu/pediat/hem_onc/heros/index.html

UCLA’s Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center Pediatric Long-Term Follow-Up Program

www.cancer.ucla.edu/Index.aspx?page=222

UCSF Survivors of Childhood Cancer Program

www.ucsfhealth.org/childrens/special/s/100903.html

University of Chicago Comer Children’s Hospital Childhood Cancer Survivors Center

www.uchicagokidshospital.org/specialties/cancer/survivors/index.html

UT Southwestern Medical Center and Children’s Medical Center in Dallas' After the Cancer Experience

www.childrens.com/ace