CDC’s Latest Research
- In their own words: a qualitative study of the psychosocial concerns of post-treatment and long-term lung cancer survivors
- Productivity costs associated with breast cancer among survivors aged 18–44 years
- Treatment costs of breast cancer among younger women aged 19–44 years enrolled in Medicaid
- Medical care costs of breast cancer in privately insured women aged 18–44 years
In this blog post, George Hilliard shares his “prescription” for surviving prostate and other cancers.
Share these graphics on social media to invite others to learn about cancer survivorship.
Learn About CDC’s Survivorship Work
CDC works with public, non-profit, and private partners to create and implement strategies to help the millions of people who are living with, through, and beyond cancer.
- Framing survivorship as a public health priority
- Programmatic activities
- Surveys and data sets
- Research and publications
- Data and statistics
As the number of cancer survivors continues to grow, CDC is working to address survivors’ needs by making cancer survivorship a public health priority.
- National Action Plan for Cancer Survivorship
- Cancer survivorship supplement to the American Journal of Preventive Medicine
- National reports
- Cancer survivor stories
- Provider continuing education (CE)
- Resources for survivors, caregivers, and health care professionals and researchers
- Survivorship graphics