In addition to using the latest findings to guide the care provided to cancer survivors, the Survivorship Clinic team is dedicated to conducting research to learn more about the long-term and late effects of cancer treatment and to improve the quality of life for survivors.
Our researchers are involved in projects ranging from studying the long-term cardiovascular effects of cancer treatment, to examining the factors that determine emotional adjustment and quality of life.
Eligible survivors are invited to participate in research projects. As part of these efforts, all patients entering survivorship care are asked to complete a series of survivorship questionnaires about their physical, emotional, and medical experiences. The information is collected on an annual basis and helps us guide your survivorship care.