When a patient is active and engaged in their health, healing can begin
Life after cancer can bring forth its own set of unique challenges. Some patients may be quick to move on with their lives while others may struggle with the emotional scars of a cancer diagnosis and treatment. Establishing a “new normal” comes with long term fears of recurrence, scans that may induce anxiety and long term effects of treatment such as peripheral neuropathy, pain or sexual side effects.

When active treatment ends and patients are moved to follow-up care, it can often bring up feelings of anxiety. They may feel abandoned or unsure of how to proceed after cancer treatment has ended. It’s crucial that patients are supported beyond the treatment phase. Asking “what matters” will help to establish what patients need and open up the conversation for meeting those needs. When a patient is active and engaged in their health they will feel empowered in their health journey and actively work to prevent recurrence through healthy foods, exercise and mind-body practices that can help them to keep their stress levels down.

Personalized Care Across the Cancer Journey


From the point of diagnosis, patients are thrust into an unknown and overwhelming situation.


In the throes of cancer treatment, patients find themselves coping with a variety of side effects.