Surviving cancer-what happens next?

Published: September, 2012

Learning you're cancer-free is only the first step in a lifelong process.

If you've lived through a cancer diagnosis and treatment, you've spent months—or possibly years—worrying about your disease. You've done everything you had to do—traveling to one doctor's appointment after another, undergoing scans and biopsies, and putting your body through the rigors of surgery, chemotherapy, or other treatment regimens.

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