Our Stem Cell Transplant Survivorship Clinic helps allogeneic patients manage the effects of their transplant and ongoing health care. The goals of this clinic are to provide a summary of patients' cancer and transplant treatment plans;
identify health care challenges and risks resulting from the stem cell transplant; and develop a care plan that outlines recommended screenings and follow-up care to manage any long-term effects of stem cell transplant.
Patients who undergo autologous stem cell transplant receive survivorship care from a dedicated team embedded within our lymphoma and multiple myeloma programs.
All patients may consult with additional specialists through Dana-Farber's Adult Survivorship Program. Depending on specific needs, patients may tap experts in cardiology, pulmonology, endocrinology, nephrology,
gynecology, sexual health, psychosocial oncology, and exercise physiology — all of whom are focused on helping cancer survivors manage the long-term effects of treatment.