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University of Colorado Cancer Center

University of Colorado Cancer Center, A National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center
Care for Cancer Survivors at the University of Colorado Cancer Center
 

Care for Cancer Survivors


Often when cancer patients are done with treatment, they are filled with many questions about life beyond cancer and are concerned about whether their cancer will come back. At the University of Colorado Cancer Center, we are here to help you with your follow-up care plan, answer your questions about living a healthy lifestyle and encourage you to join a support group.


LIVESTRONG Center of Excellence

LIVESTRONG Center of Excellence

The University of Colorado Cancer Center is home to one of just seven Lance Armstrong Foundation LIVESTRONG Cancer Survivorship Programs in America.

Find resources, support and information about our LIVESTRONG program

Survivor Support Groups and Educational Classes

Educational and Support Programs for Cancer Survivors

Across Colorado cancer survivors meet on a regular basis to support one another. Please call the Cancer Resource Center to find classes and support groups in your community.

Attend a survivor support group or educational class

Adult Survivorship Clinic

TACTIC Clinic at Anschutz

The Thriving After Cancer Treatment is Complete (TACTIC) Clinic aims to help health care patients and providers better understand the clinical and psychological effects of childhood cancers on patients who are now adults.

Adults survivors of childhood cancer receive a treatment summary and care plan to take to different health care settings