At Enloe, cancer care doesn’t start with a diagnosis, and it doesn’t end when treatment concludes.
The trusted caregivers at the Enloe Survivorship Services Clinic are ready to guide you through cancer risk assessment and survivorship if needed.
Who Needs an Assessment?
Anyone with a personal history or close relative with a history of:
- Cancer at age 50 or younger
- Multiple cancers; this includes those who had multiple cancers at the same time; those with three or more kin with breast, pancreatic and/or prostate cancer; and those who have several relatives with the same primary cancer
- Rare tumor or cancers; this includes male breast cancer; ovarian, fallopian tube and/or primary peritoneal cancer; triple negative breast cancer before age 60; and colorectal/endometrial cancer with abnormal MSI or IHC
- A known cancer predisposing genetic mutation
Care After Cancer
If you do face cancer, our compassionate team will help you transition into survivorship after finishing your treatment. You’ll meet with our survivorship care coordinator, who will:
- Review your overall treatment
- Discuss side effects you may experience later
- Answer your questions
- And share valuable resources
This caregiver will also provide you with a treatment summary — called a survivorship care plan — that will explain follow-up appointments and tests you will need to have in the future. We will share this plan with your primary care provider and any other providers you request.
You will also receive:
- Personalized recommendations
- Helpful handouts
- Referrals as needed
- And cancer screening guidelines
To learn more about the Enloe Survivorship Services Clinic, contact us or talk to your provider about a referral, or meet our team.