Living With Cancer.

Cancer is something you live with everyday. Moffitt is committed to helping you in every way possible.


Where You Are:
Being a survivor carries its own set of challenges for many patients. They may experience a sense of disconnection as their intense relationships with dedicated Moffitt physicians and staff comes to a close. They may need to deal with side-effects from both their cancer as well as its treatments. Emotional needs may arise, and new illness may occur more frequently and require expert evaluation. Cancer and chemotherapy may place patients at higher risk for other cancers or unrelated diseases, and follow-up plans for surveillance and prevention can be complex.

Common Concerns

Common ConcernsMoffitt addresses many of the common cancer concerns that countless survivors share, including late and long-term effects.
  • Late cancer concerns and effects
  • Long-term cancer concerns and effects



Cancer Survivorship Clinic

Cancer Survivorship Clinic Because of the improvements in early detection and treatment, the number of cancer survivors living in the United States has steadily increased over the last three decades. According to the American Cancer Society, there are more than 11 million survivors alive today. As a result, Moffitt has recognized the importance of providing a comprehensive program for cancer survivors, known as the Survivorship Program at Moffitt Cancer Center.
  • Defining survivorship
  • Survivorship issues


RecurrenceAll survivors of cancer understand that the fear of recurrence is real and warranted. Moffitt's Survivorship Program helps patients not only cope with these fears, but also uses top-of-the-line technology and testing measures to help prevent a recurrence, no matter what kind of cancer diagnosis the patient originally had.
  • Monitoring for recurrence
  • Survivorship care plan
  • Support groups
  • Integrative Medicine Program


NutritionThe registered dieticians in Moffitt's Nutrition Department provide a variety of services to support the prevention of cancer, dietary needs during treatment, and programs for post-therapy.
  • Diet & Cancer Prevention
  • Nutrition During Treatment
  • Exercise guidelines
  • Behavior change strategies
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