Cancer Survivorship

The goal of Cancer Survivorship programming at the MCW Cancer Center is to reach and support survivors at all stages of life and in all parts of our community
Through the Froedtert & MCW Cancer Network's expert clinicians, researchers, and faculty, and in collaboration with health partners and community members, we’re focused on meeting the evolving needs of survivors, addressing health disparities, and advancing a proactive research agenda to help those impacted by cancer achieve a better quality of life.
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Recognition for excellence in patient experience

For the fifth year in a row, our Cancer Network has been recognized by Press Ganey for sustaining the highest standards in patient experience. As a 2022 Human Experience Guardian of Excellence Award® winner, we scored in the 95th percentile in Press Ganey’s national database of 41,000 organizations—the largest database for patient experience measures.

This award speaks to the tireless support of our cancer scientists and providers to remove barriers to survivorship and to enhance coordinated care over a patient’s journey.
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Men Moving Forward

Black and African American men experience higher rates of prostate cancer in our community. MCW Cancer Center’s Men Moving Forward program aims to understand how lifestyle changes can play a significant role after a prostate cancer diagnosis.

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Cancer Support for Patients and their Families

Our Cancer Network provides access to a full range of support services that address the physical, emotional, social and spiritual needs of patients and their families.

Learn about our services
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Adolescent and Young Adult Cancer Program

Resources are available to patients in our Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) cancer program from diagnosis through survivorship to help you navigate your cancer experience.

Learn about the AYA Program