- Adult Survivorship Clinics
Disease-specific follow-up care
- Adolescent & Young Adult Cancer Program
For people between the ages of 15 and 39 who have been diagnosed with cancer
- STAR Program (Survivors Taking Action & Responsibility)
Long-term follow-up care for adult survivors of pediatric cancer
- Lynn Sage Breast Cancer Survivorship Program
Survivorship care for women with breast cancer
- Symptom Monitoring
Routine symptom monitoring for personalized cancer care
Clinics & Programs
Our survivorship clinics provide patients with a wide range of services, including treatment summaries, future care plans, monitoring for ongoing side effects, tips for healthy lifestyles and tools to address physical and emotional concerns.
Research InitiativesWe support several research initiatives dedicated to transforming scientific discoveries into new, innovative ways for us to provide long-term care. Learn more, and find out how you can participate in clinical trials focused on survivorship issues.
Today more than ever, cancer survivors are leading healthy and fulfilling lives due to the many advances in early detection, diagnosis and treatment. But the long-term effects of cancer and cancer-related therapies do require ongoing surveillance. At the Cancer Survivorship Institute, our world-class clinicians and innovative scientists are committed to finding new ways to help cancer survivors address their unique medical, physical and psychosocial challenges and needs.
Browse our member list to get to know our leadership team and the many experts who contribute to the institute's work.
For questions about the institute, its research programs or its patient services, please contact:
Your support takes our research further. To make an online gift, please visit wewill.northwestern.edu/survivorship