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Cancer Survivorship

At MUSC Hollings Cancer Center, we recognize that a diagnosis of cancer impacts every aspect of life. The transition from getting you healthy through active cancer treatment to keeping you healthy through post-treatment care is critical to your long-term health.

With an aging population and advances in cancer treatment, the number of cancer survivors has increased dramatically in recent years and is projected to increase from 16.9 million to more than 22.1 million by 2030. While improvement in the rates of overall cancer survival is very encouraging, survivors may face physical, emotional, social, spiritual, or financial challenges because of their diagnosis and treatment.

Taking a holistic approach to care, Hollings offers support services to help you manage those effects and cope with the changes that may be happening during and following the end of your treatment.

Find Support

A cancer diagnosis can take a toll on patients, families, and caregivers. From psychological support and palliative care to exercise, nutrition, and behavior change programs, Hollings offers a wide range of resources to help you navigate life during and after cancer.

Resources for survivors and caregivers

These resources can help you or your loved one navigate all the phases of cancer treatment.