Long-Term or Late Health Effects
Coping with Emotional or Spiritual Challenges
Fear of Recurrence
Find the Positives in a Breast Cancer Diagnosis
Follow-Up Care for Breast Cancer Survivors
Communicating with your Doctors
Changing Life Priorities
Wellness & Health Promotion
Intimacy & Sexuality
Dealing with Depression and Anxiety
Susan G. Komen considers a person a survivor from the moment a breast cancer diagnosis is confirmed. Co-survivors can be anyone who is there to lend support from diagnosis through treatment and beyond.
Susan G. Komen’s National Website
The Co-Survivor section of Komen’s national website is where friends and family members can share tips and advice, and read personal stories from others who have been in similar situations. This page also includes information about a variety of topics about breast cancer, including how it is found and what can be expected afterwards.
Banner MD Anderson’s Caregiver Education and Support Group
Monthly educational support for caregivers to encourage hope and self-care while care giving for loved ones with cancer. For more information visit bannerhealth.com.