viernes, 3 de febrero de 2017

Survivors’ “Springboard Beyond Cancer”

Dept. of Health & Human Services

Survivors’ “Springboard Beyond Cancer”

Springboard Beyond Cancer
How do you go on with life after you’ve been diagnosed with cancer?  Do you just survive day by day—or do you live, really live? How do you set goals? How do you assert your role in managing your health care? A new web tool is helping cancer survivors take control of their life and health during and after treatment to reduce the impact of cancer and live well.  
NIH’s National Cancer Institute (NCI) and the American Cancer Society (ACS) have collaborated to develop a free, mobile-friendly web tool, Springboard Beyond Cancer, to help empower cancer survivors to play a key role in managing their own health. The tool makes it easy for those in treatment and post-treatment to access essential information to help them manage ongoing cancer-related symptoms, deal with stress, improve healthy behaviors, communicate better with their health care team, and seek support from friends and family. Springboard Beyond Cancer also offers cancer survivors a platform to talk about their experiences and provide tips to those who are dealing with the same cancer treatments.
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