Building a Cancer Survivorship Program at Stanford
Our mission is to improve the experience, and outcomes, of patients and caregivers throughout all phases of their cancer journey by advancing survivorship research, clinical care and education.
Our vision is to give people living with cancer the tools they need to manage their illness with confidence.
We are building interdisciplinary research teams to discover news ways of supporting patients and families, to understand the late effects of cancer therapy, and to integrate survivorship care within primary care.
Parenting at a Challenging Time
Preparing parents to talk with their children and answer questions about cancer with confidence.
New post in Caring blog!
Cultures vary in their approach to caregiving, shaping caregiving of those with cancer. Here are some tips on caregiving within cultures.
From the Program Director
Dr. Lidia Schapira, Director of the Stanford Cancer Survivorship Program speaks to some of the challenges of cancer survivorship with three blog posts addressing metastatic disease, the adolescent/young adult population, and the evolution of telemedicine.
Kids Enjoy Support at Camp Kesem
Camp Kesem at Stanford provides an opportunity for kids impacted by a parent's cancer to get support from their peers and adult volunteers. Camp Kesem offers a fun filled week of camp and a year-round community.
Video on Survivorship
Stanford Cancer Institute
From Rebecca's Kitchen