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.

Young Adults With Cancer

Young Adults With Cancer

Young adults (teens to age 35) and adolescents have very specific concerns when they are diagnosed with cancer. This is a time when they want to meet others and form close relationships. It's a time

  • body image
  • dating
  • family

LIVESTRONG at School

The LIVESTRONG at School program offers free online lessons for K–12 students that talk about cancer in an age-appropriate, hopeful, inspiring and empowering way. Award-winning lessons meet national

MyOncofertility.org

MyOncofertility.org is a patient education resource provided by the Oncofertility Consortium. This website provides information and tools to educate young adults about fertility preservation options

Body Image

Body Image

You may experience temporary or permanent physical changes in your body as a result of cancer treatment. The way you feel and think about your body may also change. Understanding how cancer can affect

  • body changes
  • body image
  • effects of treatment

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

Changes to Your Treatment Plan

Changes to Your Treatment Plan

There may be reasons to consider changes to your cancer treatment plan. You could learn about a new type of treatment. You cancer could go into remission. You might receive new test results. Be

  • benefit coverage
  • finances
  • getting the best care

LIVESTRONG Fertility Brochure

LIVESTRONG Fertility offers fertility resources for cancer patients and survivors.

Chronic Pain

Chronic Pain

Survivors sometimes experience ongoing pain after cancer treatment. Chronic (or persistent) pain may be mild or severe, and may affect quality of life. The good news is that there are now many methods

  • after treatment
  • chronic pain
  • complimentary treatment

Family Building Options Chart for Men

This overview of fertility preservation and parenthood options for cancer patients, who are men, is based on published literature. Success rates may vary from clinic to clinic and depending on

Cognitive Changes After Cancer Treatment

Cognitive Changes After Cancer Treatment

Some cancers and treatments can result in cognitive changes that affect thinking, learning, processing or remembering information. These changes can affect many aspects of life such as the ability to

  • after treatment
  • care plan
  • chemo-brain

Family Building Options Chart for Women

This overview of fertility preservation and parenthood options for cancer patients, who are women, is based on published literature. Success rates may vary from clinic to clinic and depending on

Communicating With Your Health Care Team

Communicating With Your Health Care Team

Do you understand the information you're getting from your health care team? Do you know what questions to ask? You need good communication to get the best care from your health care team members.

  • choosing your healthcare team
  • doctor's appointments
  • during treatment

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