Dana-Farber Adult Survivorship Program
Dana Farber Cancer Institute – The Adult Survivorship Program team and Lymphoma Division at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute has created an evidence-based Hodgkin Lymphoma online educational resource website for Hodgkin Lymphoma survivors, loved ones, caregivers, and clinicians. We have designed this program to describe the different aspects of survivorship for Hodgkin Lymphoma patients, including cancer risks, care of your heart, healthy living, emotional well-being, family and relationships, and general tips. This website provides specific strategies to manage potential late and long-term effects from chemotherapy and/or radiation for Hodgkin Lymphoma and other related cancers.
VivorCare – The First Virtual Cancer Survivorship Clinic
VivorCare –

VivorCare is the first virtual survivorship clinic for those living with and beyond cancer.

Listen to the “Healthcare After Cancer Podcast”
Stanford Medicine –

Meet Dr. Stephanie Smith, Dr. Lidia Schapira, Elle Billman, and Dr. Natasha Steele – the “dream team” from Stanford Medicine who have created an exciting new resource for cancer survivors. This podcast offers a unique opportunity to hear directly from both survivors and experts in survivorship care on a wide range of subjects. It is informative, engaging, and just what we need to feel less alone in our struggles.

‘Readily Available’ Biomarkers May Predict Survivors at Risk for Cardiomyopathy
HemOnc today –

This article in HemOnc Today describes a recent study that evaluated the use of specific biomarkers, namely global longitudinal strain (GLS) and N-terminal-pro-B-type natriuretic peptide (NT-proBNP) to identify childhood cancer survivors who may be at risk for cardiomyopathy. The study was done through the St. Jude Lifetime Cohort study.

Facing the Fear of Cancer Recurrence: A Closer Look at What Triggers It and What You Can Do About It
Coping Magazine –

Almost all cancer survivors have a few things in common: shock at being diagnosed, significant challenges in dealing with the side effects of treatment, and anxiety or worry when active treatment ends and the oncologist’s office says, “We’ll see you in three months.”

‘Patient Is Otherwise Healthy’
JCO Oncology Practice –

Being diagnosed with cancer at any age puts many in a tailspin.

What’s Love Got to Do With It? Who needs a heart when healthcare is broken?
Cancer Culture –

Dr. Stacy Wentworth is a radiation oncology specialist in Greensboro, North Carolina, and an Assistant Professor of Radiation Oncology at Wake Forest School of Medicine.

What Cancer Survivors Should Know About Survivorship Research: Expert Perspectives –

When thinking about cancer research, many people think of studies focused on evaluating new or better ways to treat the cancer itself. What may not come to mind is a type of research known as “survivorship research.”

Patient Webinar: Advances in Robotic Heart Valve Surgery –

During this special patient webinar, you will learn critical insights about new advances in minimally-invasive, robotic heart valve surgery. The featured speakers are Dr. Pavan Atluri, Director of Minimally Invasive and Robotic Cardiac Surgery, and Dr. Michael Ibrahim, Director of Reconstructive Valve Surgery, at Penn Medicine.

What Does it Take to Harmonize the World’s Hodgkin Lymphoma Data?
Blood Cancers Today –

In the first episode of The HemOnc Pulse in 2024, the lead researchers of the Hodgkin Lymphoma International Study for Individual Care (HoLISTIC) consortium discuss the immense labor and fortitude it took to successfully launch the consortium, which includes a global team of diverse experts focused on the prognosis, epidemiology, treatment, survivorship, and health outcomes in patients with Hodgkin lymphoma.