Cancer survivor care plans getting more attention

02/5/2009 | Philadelphia Inquirer, The

There is a growing emphasis on creating care plans to help cancer survivors deal with their health risks after treatments are finished. The Lance Armstrong Foundation is giving $2.3 million to a new computerized survivorship program from the University of Pennsylvania's OncoLink, a cancer information Web site, which analyzes the ongoing medical risks and needs of cancer patients.

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