Dana Farber Cancer Institute

Survivor Wellness:
Hodgkin's Disease

A resource program

In the website that follows, you will learn general strategies for care of late and long-term effects of chemotherapy and/or radiation for the treatment of Hodgkin's Disease.

Survivor Wellness: Hodgkin's Disease

Survivor Wellness: Hodgkin's Disease is a web-based program to help survivors of Hodgkin's Disease who received chemotherapy and/or radiation therapy three or more years ago learn how to care for themselves after their diagnosis and treatment is completed. The focus of this website is to provide general strategies and access to resources that other survivors have found useful to promote wellness and health as well as some medical information about recommended follow-up care. Topics covered include risks for secondary cancers, care for your heart, emotional well-being, and additional resources. The information provided is not meant to replace care by our doctor or medical team. It is an additional resource to help obtain information. The program was created as a collaboration between Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and the Informatics Research Group at the University of Washington.   Note: "Hodgkin's Disease" will be used throughout the website for familiarity, but it's important to point out that the American Cancer Society updated the medically used term to Hodgkin Lymphoma.

Contact us

If you have any questions or problems using the system, please get in touch at the email or phone number listed below.

Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
E-mail: MeghanL_Underhill@DFCI.HARVARD.EDU
Phone: (877) 737-7071

About Survivor Wellness: Hodgkin's Disease

Project Team

Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Ann Partridge, MD, MPH, Meghan Underhill, PhD, RN Sarah Walsh, Kim Sprunck-Harrild MSW/MPH