There are several factors influencing what follow-up care will be required upon completion of treatment: the type of cancer, its stage, the treatment received, your general state of health, the professional involved and even the hospital and the region of Quebec where the treatment was administered.
After a long period of absence, returning to work can help people with cancer resume the normal course of their lives, but it can also be difficult
When you’re undergoing cancer treatments, whether it’s chemotherapy or radiation therapy, your life revolves around daily or weekly medical appointments. After the whirlwind of treatments, which can last weeks, months or even over a year, life resumes it course. But how do you resume an active life?