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Before, during, and after your cancer treatment there may be many things you feel you have no control over. This guide was written to cover areas that you do have some control over. No matter what type of cancer you were diagnosed with, the information in this guide may help you improve the quality of your life through wellness.
You may see the term “wellness” and think of it as an exercise program or a new diet. It is more than that. The different parts of wellness covered in this guide include:
Based on a model from the National Wellness Institute: www.nationalwellness.org
Online videos included as part of the guide allow you to watch cancer survivors tell their own stories. You can also learn helpful information from experts who work with cancer survivors.
The Massachusetts Comprehensive Cancer Prevention and Control Network’s Survivorship Workgroup, and the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, wish to thank the many local cancer survivors and experts who offered their stories, time and expertise so generously. The development of this wellness guide would not have been possible without their help.
We also want to thank the many national and local cancer awareness, education and advocacy organizations that served as sources for much of the evidence-based information in this guide.