Overview of Life After Transplant

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As you adapt to a new normal after transplant, it is important to monitor your health, and work with your health care team to manage any issues. These Webcasts, DVDs and booklets will get you started.
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Written exclusively for teens and young adult survivors of childhood cancer.  This guide is filled with relevant information that relates to the different aspects of survivorship – from emotional struggles and spiritual growth, to health insurance, school and relationships.
This is a Print resource in English for Patients. It is appropriate for Young Adults.
This booklet is a personal account of one woman's transplant experience and the methods she used to cope with her struggles.
This is an Online resource in English for Patients. It is appropriate for All Ages.
NCCS created its survivorship program, Beyond the Cure, to help educate childhood cancer survivors and their families or caregivers. Find information about learning problems and disabilites, as well as your legal rights and preparing for college.
This is an Online resource in English for Patients and Caregivers. It is appropriate for All Ages.
Going back to school can be both exciting and frightening. Find educational materials to assist in your child’s transition.
This is an Online resource in English for Patients and Caregivers. It is appropriate for Pediatrics.
This webcast will help you learn about the effect of positive health choices, the importance of proper diet and nutrition, the importance of exercise and nutrition as well as the correlation between spirituality and healthy relationships and living a healthy lifestyle.
This is an Online resource in English for Patients. It is appropriate for All Ages.
This video provides information, inspiration, and hope, told through the voices of six bone marrow/stem cell transplant survivors and their caregivers.
This is a DVD/CD resource in English for Patients and Caregivers. It is appropriate for All Ages.
Stay healthy as a Lymphoma survivor with information about long-term follow-up care, dealing side effects and securing your financial future.
This is a Print resource in English for Patients. It is appropriate for All Ages.
Learn about common physical and emotional effects of cancer, as well as specific information about sexuality, relationships, and financial planning.
This is a DVD/CD resource in English and Español for Patients. It is appropriate for All Ages.
Learn how to put yourself in a good position to advocate for yourself, monitor your health, and participate in decisions about future care – not just cancer treatment and its side effects, but also your social and emotional needs. This free online software promotes the use of treatment summaries and follow-up cancer care plans that give clear steps.
This is an Online resource in English for Patients and Caregivers. It is appropriate for All Ages.
Address issues related to cancer survivorship for young adults ages 18 and up. This guide answers questions regarding late-effects as well as offers suggestions to maintain a healthy lifestyle, the importance of consistent follow-up care and other available resources.
This is a Print resource in English for Patients. It is appropriate for Young Adults.
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