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Simcoe Muskoka Regional Cancer Program (SMRCP)

After Treatment and Survivorship

 

An individual is considered a cancer survivor from the time of diagnosis, through the balance of his or her life.*

Family members, friends, and caregivers are also impacted by the survivorship experience and are therefore included in this definition.

You may not personally relate to the term "cancer survivor"-maybe you like the term "champion" better, or no term at all- but many use the term survivor to describe those who take an active and positive role in their own care. 

 

 

*Cancer survivor definition adapted from: American Office of Cancer Survivorship, National Cancer Institute

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  • Palliative Care

  • Patient and family support
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    Need information and support living with cancer? Use the Cancer Care Services directory

    ​Survivorship resources for all cancer types

     

    Your Next Steps in Care - information for patients on connecting with your Care Team and access to support and resources when you finish your cancer treatment at the Simcoe Muskoka Regional Cancer Centre. Information is also included for patients who chose to stop or not undergo treatment.

    Life after cancer - a resource from the Canadian Cancer Society to help you thrive beyond cancer. Covers a broad range of topics from your feelings after cancer, concerns about cancer returning (recurrence), work and finances, eating well and exercising, and late effects of treatment. The information is also available as a paper book at the Cancer Centre, or call Canadian Cancer Society (1-888-939-3333) to order your copy.

     

    Livestrong Care Plan - an online template to build your follow-up care plan and tips on healthy living after cancer.

     

    What's the Best Diet? Healthy Eating 101.  In this cartoon-style video, Dr. Mike Evans answers the question on what is the best diet for health, demystifying some of the popular topics in nutrition, and provides a voice of reason on eating and living well.

    Eating Guidelines for Cancer Survivors.  Written by the Dieticians of Canada

     

    Individual and Group Support for cancer survivors

    Social work at the Simcoe Muskoka Regional Cancer Centre

    Caring Voices - an online community for cancer survivors.

    Visit the Resources page for more community support options.

     

    After treatment information for radiation patients

     

    ​Visit the Treatment page for more information.

     

    ​Survivorship resources for breast cancer patients

     

    Wellness After Breast Cancer Slides - a transition program for those having completed active chemotherapy and/or radiation.
    Wellness After Breast Cancer Video
    Resources for Breast Cancer Patients After Treatment.pdf
    Well Breast Transition Clinic Follow-Up Care Tracker.pdf - keep track of your appointments, mammograms, and results here.

    A nutrition guide for women with breast cancer

    ​Survivorship resources for colorectal cancer patients

     

    Colorectal Surveillance Clinic - Patient Information.pdf - a program for patients after colorectal cancer treatment.

    Colorectal Cancer Follow-up Care Patient Pathway.pdf - a patient pathway map of your colorectal cancer journey.
    Colorectal Surveillance Clinic Follow-up Care Tracker.pdf - keep track of your appointments, lab tests and results here.