People are living longer after a cancer diagnosis. Cancer survivors often face physical, emotional, social, and financial challenges as a result of their diagnosis and treatment. As the number of cancer survivors grows, CDC is working with partner organizations to help survivors, along with the people in their lives, throughout their cancer experience.
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CDC’s Latest Research
- In their own words: a qualitative study of the psychosocial concerns of post-treatment and long-term lung cancer survivors
- Productivity costs associated with breast cancer among survivors aged 18–44 years
- Treatment costs of breast cancer among younger women aged 19–44 years enrolled in Medicaid
- Medical care costs of breast cancer in privately insured women aged 18–44 years