Memorial Hermann defines cancer survivorship as beginning the day of a cancer diagnosis. If you have just been diagnosed with cancer, are currently going through treatment or have completed primary treatment, you are a cancer survivor. Whether the long-term or ongoing effects are physical, spiritual or psychosocial, the survivorship journey is different for everyone.
Becoming a cancer survivor is a major event in the cancer journey, and for many it brings with it the chance for growth, positive change and a chance to live a healthier life. However, once treatment is finished and you are adjusting to reentering the world, you might feel alone and lost without the support of your cancer care team. At Memorial Hermann, care for people with cancer does not end when treatment does. Once cancer treatment ends, you will continue to see your healthcare team, who will monitor you to ensure you remain healthy. You can rest assured that the Memorial Hermann cancer team is here for you every step of the way, long after you’ve finished your treatment.
At Memorial Hermann we understand a cancer diagnosis can make you feel alone, and we therefore recognize how crucial it is to have support during this time. We have therefore created a closed Facebook group for patients and their families to both connect with each other, and receive insight, comfort and friendship.
Join our online community today and connect with others who can share their personal experiences, ways of coping as well as helpful resources.
Our group was created to:
After joining this closed group, you can read and post messages 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, from the convenience of your computer or mobile device.Join Our Facebook Group
Following evidence-based guidelines, Memorial Hermann Cancer Centers develop and conduct dozens of support and wellness programs each year focused on prevention, education, screening, community outreach and survivorship support.
Our wellness programs include:
For information on all support services available, please contact a Memorial Hermann Oncology Nurse Navigator.
For more information about Memorial Hermann Cancer Centers, including how to get connected to our support services or an affiliated provider, please call (833) 770-7771 or fill out the form below to be connected to one of our Oncology Nurse Navigators.
By filling out this form, you are contacting an Oncology Nurse Navigator from Memorial Hermann Cancer Centers. At this time, our oncology nurse navigators are unable to schedule vaccination appointments.