Information and Support After Treatment
Beyond the Cure
The Beyond the Cure survivorship program prepares survivors and their families for life after cancer. Our Late Effects After Treatment Tool (LEATT), which was created in collaboration with Robert Hayashi, MD, Professor of Pediatrics, Director, Late Effects Clinic, St. Louis Children’s Hospital/Washington University School of Medicine, provides survivors with a private, customized online assessment of potential late effects based on their diagnosis and treatment.
Beyond the Cure also awards college scholarships to childhood cancer survivors through the Beyond the Cure Ambassador Scholarship Program. More than $1.8 million has been distributed to 196 survivors to help them achieve their future goals.
In addition, the program sponsors survivorship conferences and offers free educational materials for survivors and their families.
If you would like detailed information on survivorship and are a childhood cancer survivor, click here. If you are a parent, click here.