Free webinar series for those who have survived cancer
By Mayo Clinic staff
People with cancer are living longer due to improved care, screening and newer treatments. The term "cancer survivor" identifies a community of people with a history of cancer, either at the time of diagnosis, or during or after treatment. The effects of cancer do not end when treatment does.
Mayo Clinic Comprehensive Cancer Center is a National Cancer Institute-designated, three-site center dedicated to improving the lives of cancer patients and their communities. Staff of the Stephen and Barbara Slaggie Family Cancer Education Center, located in Rochester, Minnesota, are committed to providing the latest education and resources to help cancer survivors be active partners in their health journey.
The Cancer Education Center will kick off a free Survivorship Webinar Series on July 6 to address the needs of those who have survived cancer.
Register using these links:
- July 6: "Transitioning after treatment"
- Aug. 3: "Emotions: The Mind Body Connection"
- Sept. 7: "Tools for Wellness: Healthy Weight and Eating Habits"
- Oct. 5: "Tools for Wellness: Physical Activity"
- Nov. 2: "Managing Side Effects: Good Sleep Hygiene and Managing Cancer-Related Fatigue"
- Dec. 7: "Putting It All Together"
Videos from Mayo Clinic's 2021 National Cancer Survivors Day virtual celebration are available in English and Spanish in the Cancer Education Center's Video Library. For additional cancer survivorship resources, visit the Cancer Education Center's Survivorship page.
Also read "Surviving cancer: What to expect after the diagnosis."
A version of this article was originally published on the Mayo Clinic Cancer Education Center blog on Mayo Clinic Connect.
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