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Cancer Survivorship

CDC works with public, non-profit, and private partners to create and implement strategies to help the millions of people in the United States and other countries who live with, through, and beyond cancer.


Photo of two peopleCaregivers
A growing number of people face physical, emotional, and financial challenges to provide unpaid care for loved ones with cancer.

Photo of a woman and a manMillions of Survivors
Earlier diagnosis and better treatment and follow-up care allow more people to live many years after a cancer diagnosis.

Photo of a woman and a nursePreventing Infections in Cancer Patients
Cancer patients who are treated with chemotherapy are more likely to get infections.

Photo of Peggie FrancisCDC's Stories of Survivorship
Cancer has touched the lives of many CDC employees. Some of them share their stories and words of wisdom.

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