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Survivorship



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Children’s Oncology Group LTFU GuidelinesLong-Term Follow-Up Guidelines for Survivors of Childhood, Adolescent, and Young Adult Cancers.
Curesearch - Locating a Survivor Clinic How to find a cancer survivor program in your area.
Childhood Cancer GuidesBooks and resources on survivorcare
National Cancer InstituteInformation for survivors of adult and pediatric cancer.
LIVESTRONG Survivorcare ProgramA program to provide free, confidential, one-on-one support to anyone affected by cancer. This includes addressing financial, employment, and insurance concerns.


Support and Advocacy



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Lance Armstrong FoundationThe Lance Armstrong Foundation seeks to inspire and empower people living with, through, and beyond cancer to live strong. It provides education, advocacy, and public health and research programs.
CURE Childhood CancerGeorgia based organization focued on family support and childhood cancer research
Camp SunshineIt provides a variety of retreats, outings and special events for Children and teens (ages 0-18) and young adults (19-23) who have or have had cancer. It serves children and families throughout the state of Georgia.
National Children's Cancer Society Information and support for childhood cancer survivors and their families
Young Adult Cancer Survivors of AtlantaSocial group for cancer survivors in their 20s and 30s in Atlanta.
Planet CancerA community of young adults with cancer, providing support and educational services.
I'm Too Young For This! Resource and Social Networking GuideA comprehensive resource portal directed at adolescents and young adults under the age of 40 affected by cancer.
Gildas Club WorldwideInternational network where men, women and children with cancer and their families and friends join with others to build social and emotional support.
Ulman Cancer Fund for young AdultsProvides support programs, education and resources to benefit young adults, their families.
National Collegiate Cancer FoundationThe National Collegiate Cancer Foundation mission is to provide services and support to college students who have been diagnosed with cancer.
Cancer and CareersProvides essential tools and information for employees with cancer and helps employers face the challenge of cancer in the workplace.
Patient Advocate FoundationPAF provides education, legal counseling, and referrals to cancer patients and survivors. It specializes in matters related to managed care, insurance, financial issues, job discrimination, and debt crisis.


Cancer



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CureSearchProvides information on all phases of childhood cancer care.
Candlelighters Childhood Cancer FoundationProvides information and support for all phases of childhood cancer.
The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society: Fighting Blood cancers.Voluntary health organization dedicated to funding blood cancer research, education and patient services.
Pediatric Oncology Resource CenterProvides education and support for parents, friends, and families of children who have or had childhood cancer.


SurvivorCare - Georgia Centers



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Description
Aflac Cancer Center and Blood Disorders Service of Children’s Healthcare of AtlantaCancer Survivor Program
Pediatric Oncology-Medical College of Georgia - Augusta, GACancer Survivor Program
Pediatric Oncology-Memorial University Medical Center/Backus Children's Hospital-Savannah, GACancer Survivor Program
Pediatric Oncology - Medical Center of Central Georgia-Macon, GA 
Pediatric Oncology-Columbus Regional Children's Center, Columbus GA 
Georgia Cancer CoalitionUnites government agencies, academic institutions, civic groups, corporations and health care organizations to strengthen cancer care in Georgia.