You are a cancer survivor.

That means follow-up care is essential to your long-term health and well-being.  Our goal is to help you learn about the health concerns that may follow your specific treatment and help you manage them for a long healthy life.  Your future in survivorship is the specific focus of the Long-Term Follow-Up Program. 

View our Long-Term Follow-Up Program brochure.

We provide health monitoring specific to your needs, as a survivor, based on a number of factors that include:

  • Medical exam
  • Risk of long-term side effects
  • Your specific medical history
  • Type of treatment you underwent
  • Age
  • Gender

 

We will create an individualized screening and counseling program for you.

If you are without health insurance or think this kind of follow-up care may be too expensive, we can assist with your follow-up care.

To make an appointment for the Long-Term Follow-Up Care clinic please call our

New Patient Coordinator at (702) 732-3330.

If you have specific questions about the program or how you might benefit, please contact the Program Coordinator Alexandra Walsh, M.D., MSPH at awalsh@cure4thekids.org.

Helpful Links:

Long Term Follow Up Care (Pediatrics – Official Journal of the American Academy of Pediatrics)

Passport for Care: Implementing the Survivorship Care Plan  (US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health)

 

Helpful Links:

Cure Search

Beyond the Cure

Cancer Advocacy