Transitioning from Cancer Treatment
Successful cancer treatments (radiation, chemotherapy and surgery) and the effects of disease often impact cancer patients long after their treatment is over, and may require lifelong follow-up care. Through clinical care, education, counseling, surveillance, and coordination of care, Cancer Survivorship programs utilize a personalized approach to improve the health and quality of life for patients.
Through the UF Health Adult Cancer Survivorship Program, patients can receive the care they need and learn the skills required to maintain optimum health and continue to lead fulfilling lives. Our collaborative partnership with patients and caregivers provides support and follow-up for a higher quality of life after cancer treatment ends.
You do not need to have been treated at UF Health in order to be seen in our Adult Cancer Survivorship Program.
For more information, visit the UF Health information page, or call 352-265-0287.