Cancer Survivorship

The transition from active treatment to post-treatment care is critical to the long-term health of cancer survivors.

While improvement in the rates of overall cancer survival is very encouraging, many cancer survivors may face physical, emotional, social, spiritual or financial challenges because of their diagnosis and treatment. The diagnosis can take a toll on patients, families and caregivers. Hollings Cancer Center offers support services to help you manage those effects and cope with the changes that may be happening during and following the end of treatment.


Psychological Help

Hollings Cancer Center has therapists to help you and your family cope with the emotional and psychological effects of a cancer diagnosis.


Nutrition Services

Nutrition Services provides proactive and individualized consultation for cancer outpatients across the continuum of cancer care.


Financial Counseling

Full-time, professional financial counselors specializing in oncology care can help answer your financial questions.


Social Work

Social workers help patients and families understand and adjust to a diagnosis and better understand treatment plans.


Support Groups

Ongoing support groups are open to patients and their families to connect with other patients.


Tobacco Cessation

A number of services and quit resources are available for patients hoping to stop smoking.



Heart specialists work with your oncology team to protect your heart during and after cancer treatments.


Survivors' Fit Club

This 10-week exercise, nutrition and behavior change program helps breast cancer survivors.


Art Infusion

Introducing cancer patients and caregivers to the healing powers of art.


Mind-Body Class

A free, monthly class tailored to the needs of cancer patients to promote health and wellness.



Help fulfill our mission of providing the best quality healthcare for the patients and families we serve.


Patient & Family Center

Helping patients and loved ones understand the disease better and communicate effectively with their health care team.

Meet our Survivors

 More stories from our survivors

Beating cancer made my life more vibrant — cosmetically and mentally.

Before cancer, Neimy was really shy and afraid to stand out. Now, she focuses on being her genuine self instead of the person others may want her to be.

Hannah Neimy, Lymphoma cancer survivor

 Read the Story

Hannah Neimy
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