The University of Minnesota Childhood Cancer Survivor Program provides care for all cancer and BMT survivors. Their aim is to answer questions about your long-term care and the long-term side-effects of treatment, both physical and emotional.
The Survivor Program offers
- Late-effects screening
- Physical exams and laboratory tests
- Review of your prior cancer treatments and related health problems
- Referral and coordination of late-effects related care
- Treatment summaries with a health care plan for the future (called a Survivor Care Plan) for each cancer survivor and his or her primary care provider and any other involved member of the survivor’s health care team.
Visit the University of Minnesota Childhood Cancer Survivor Program site for more information.