View resources that are available to help you manage all aspects of your life after your initial treatment is complete.

Resources for Patients

Under each category are links to resources available to you through the Mass General Cancer Center and other organizations.

Categories: Bone Marrow Transplant Survivorship, Cancer as a Chronic Disease, Cardiac Oncology, Exercise, Fatigue, Fertility, Hot Flashes, Integrative Therapies, Lifestyle Medicine, Lymphedema, Neurotoxicity - Cognitive Impairment - Memory Loss, Nutrition, Pain, PAVING the Path to Wellness, Peer Mentoring Program, Primary Care, Psychological Impact, Rehabilitation, Returning to Work, Sexual Health, Sleep, Social Work, Tobacco Cessation.

Resources for Providers

Survivorship Questionnaire

Bone Marrow Transplant Survivorship Program

The Bone Marrow Transplant (BMT) Survivorship Program aims to improve the experience and outcomes of BMT survivors and families through focused clinical care and research.

Cancer as a Chronic Disease

Cardio- Oncology (Heart)

The Massachusetts General Hospital Cardio-Oncology Program provides care at the intersection of heart and vascular disease, and cancer. The program focuses on improving the health of cancer patients and cancer survivors by providing comprehensive cardiac and vascular care.




Hot Flashes

Integrative Therapies

Lifestyle Medicine


Neurotoxicity, Cognitive Impairment, Memory Loss



PAVING the Path to Wellness

Based on the principles of lifestyle medicine, PAVING the Path to Wellness is a 12-week program which provides education on the importance of physical activity, healthy eating, sleep, stress management, and the power of personal connections for women of all ages with a diagnosis of breast cancer. Learn more.

Peer Mentoring Programs

Primary Care

Psychological Impact

Rehabilitation Program

Returning to Work

Sexual Health


Social Work

Tobacco Cessation

Tools for Healthcare Providers