Navigate Your Cancer Journey

We have online resources available to help you at any point on your cancer journey. Select your stage and concern below to get started.

LIVESTRONG Guidebook and Planner & Journal

Now available in print or electronic versions, the LIVESTRONG Guidebook is a companion for cancer survivors as they navigate the physical, emotional and practical concerns they may have during their

Fertility Risk Chart for Men

Assessing how certain treatments could affect future fertility is an important part of cancer care. This chart represents a compilation of clinical experience and published data about the effect of

Fertility Risk Chart for Women

Assessing how certain treatments could affect future fertility is an important part of cancer care. This chart represents a compilation of clinical experience and published data about the effect of

Oncology Algorithm for Addressing Fertility

Your patients of reproductive age can benefit greatly by learning about their fertility risks and options before treatment begins.

Fertility Health Care Professional Algorithm for Assessing Cancer Patients

This process shows how to provide fertility preservation options to cancer patients through collaboration with oncologists.

Fertility Risks and Preservation Options for Men: Before Cancer Treatment

A cancer and fertility presentation for health care professionals.

Fertility Risks and Preservation Options for Women: Before Cancer Treatment

A cancer and fertility presentation for health care professionals.

At the Front Lines of Fertility Preservation

This presentation explains how health care professionals can provide timely and personalized fertility information to cancer patients.

Meals to Heal Well Nutrition Guide

This guide provides general information regarding nutrition and cancer, addresses common questions people have about diet, nutrition, and physical activity during and after cancer treatment, and

Cancer.Net - Information About Cancer in Young Adults

Cancer.Net brings the expertise and resources of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO), the voice of the world’s cancer physicians, to people living with cancer and to those who care for