- Living With Uncertainty: The Fear of Cancer Recurrence
- A patient`s story
- Emotions after treatment
- What is cancer recurrence?
- What are the types of cancer recurrence?
- What is the risk of recurrence?
- Can I do anything to prevent recurrence?
- Some common questions after treatment
- Preparing for recurrence
- When treatment ends
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Last Revised: 04/29/2011