We specialize in helping cancer patients and cancer survivors live longer and better.

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The current healthcare system isn’t fully equipped to manage cancer patients long-term disease or the potential consequences of radiation therapy or chemotherapy
— American Medical Association, 2017
 

Who We Are

Experts in disease care management, wellness, and life-optimizers for cancer patients and survivors.

We bridge the gap between oncology and primary care:

  • Medical Informatics Experts

  • Oncology Informatics Experts

  • Behavioral Counselors

  • Oncology Nutritionists

  • Functional Fitness Experts and Trainers

  • Pharmacology Scientists

  • Depth Psychotherapy Experts

  • Sports Medicine Doctors

  • Integrative Medicine Doctors

  • Complementary Medicine Doctors

  • Journalists and Authors

  • Artists

  • Educators

  • And Growing...

And growing.

What we do

We provide, manage, and execute on individualized healthcare strategies for cancer patients and cancer survivors.

We work with primary care providers and oncologists to act on these strategies, helping patients live better, happier, and longer.

We work throughout the entire cancer experience, from diagnosis to long-term survivorship. 

Why It Matters

Cancer patients and survivors have a significant increased in health risks due to cancer treatments.

Cancer patients and cancer survivors are lost in transition, between oncology and primary care.

Trying to coordinate their own care, or the care of a loved one, cancer patients, cancer survivors, and caregivers fare poorly in the current health care system.

I remember the days when my doctors were successfully treating my cancer, yet I was on my own to treat all the “collateral damage.
— Dr. John Librett, Cancer Survivor & Founder, Survivor Healthcare
Dying, even more than death, defines the illness.
— Emperor of All Maladies

MOST common

side effects, adverse reactionS, AND ADDITIONAL DISEASE SEQUELAE

FROM CANCER TREATMENT...

Abdominal pain
Alanine aminotransferase elevation
Aminotransferase elevation
Anemia
Anxiety
Arterial thromboembolic events
Arthralgia
Atrial Fib
Asthenia
B-12 Deficiency
Back pain
Bloating in hands, arms, legs, feet, or face
Blood in the urine
Blurred vision
Cardiac dysfunction
Chest pain
Confusion or excitement
Constipation
Coronary Arterial Disease
Cough
Cough with mucus
Decreased appetite
Depression
Deutrophil count decrease

Diarrhea
Dizziness
Dry mouth
Dysgeusia
Dyspepsia
Fainting
Falling
Fatigue
Fever or chills
Fistula
GI perforation
Headache
Hemoglobin decrease
Hemorrhagic Events
Hepatic impairment
Hepatic toxicity
High blood pressure
Hot flashes
Hypertension
Hypothyroidism
Infection
Insomnia
Interstitial lung disease
Joint pain
Kidney damage

Leukopenia
Lightheadedness
Liver damage
Loss of bladder or bowel control
Loss of memory
Memory or attention span problems
Mucositis
Muscle and bone pain
Myalgia
Nausea
Neutropenia
Nightmares or vivid dreams
Osteoporosis
Painful or difficult urination
Palpitations
Peripheral Neuropathy
Platelet count decrease
Pneumonitis
Pneumothorax
Pounding in the ears
Proteinuria
PTSD
Rapid Breathing / Shallow Breathing
Rash
Shortness of breath

Slow or fast heartbeat
Sore throat
Stroke
Thrombocytopenia
Thrombotic microangiopathy
Thyroid gland damage
Tingling of the hands or feet
Unable to move the leg
Unusual weight gain or loss
Upper respiratory tract infection
Urinary tract infection
Venous thromboembolic events
Vertigo
Vomiting
Weight loss
White blood cell count decrease


Patient Testimonials

I am feeling very positive today and about the future. I no longer run short of energy before the end of the day. I have not felt this good in many months, maybe years.
— Peter, Cancer Patient
In a year and half of treatment, this is the first time I have felt someone is actually listening to me
— Pam, Cancer Survivor
Thank you for the work you did on my father’s cancer case. Your insights were brilliant and you opened our eyes to the need for a highly skilled medical advisor who can help navigate through an intensely complex industry.
— Alexander, London, London
I remember the days when my doctors were successfully treating my cancer, yet I was on my own to treat all the “collateral damage.
— Dr. John Librett, Cancer Survivor & Founder, Survivor Healthcare
 

Why the cancer community needs

Survivor healthcare

While oncology teams are ensuring quality treatment, cancer patients, cancer survivors, and caregivers must also receive high-quality, evidence-based vital health and wellness services.  Additionally, cancer survivors have increased health risks due to treatments received and need to proactively manage these risks through:

  • Streamlined access to follow-up care

  • Improved medical knowledge

  • Reduced medical errors

  • Prevention of early disease on-set resulting from cancer treatment

  • Increased access to emerging science, medicine, and wellness

 

Evidence-Based Medicine

The Commission on Cancer mandates the delivery of comprehensive cancer survivor plans. Less than 5% of cancer patients receive a written survivor care plan. (J Clinical oncology, 2014).

Oncologists and primary care providers need more support managing these plans.  We occupy the space between oncology care and primary care; keeping doctors and patients informed of early disease risk identification and ongoing health care needs; based on the latest evidence-based medical science.

 

Our Work is Supported

American Cancer Society

American Academy of Family Physicians

American Association of Clinical Oncology

American Association of Clinical Oncology

American College of Surgeons

American Medical Association

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

National Cancer Institute

Utah Cancer Action Network

Utah Department of Health

Personalized cancer care Services

Cancer Survivor Care

 

Medical Consumer Knowledge

 

Cancer Survivor Marketplace

Your private consult can be by phone, video-conference, at our office, or at your own home or office.

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We are your trusted clinical resource for

  • Cancer Survivor Plan development, execution, and management

  • Medical Record Review

  • Monthly follow-up calls

  • Education & Seminars

  • Preventive, Integrative, & Complemenatry  Medicine

  • Healthcare Navigation

  • Surveillance and referral for disease recurrence

  • Referrals and scheduling for ongoing screenings

  • Management of early, late and long term treament effects of cancer

  • Management, reduction, and treatment of symptoms

  • Support and resources for management of psychosocial effects of a cancer daignosis

  • Assistance with planning forecasting financial needs

  • Personalized healthy lifestyle reviews

  • Medication reconciliation

  • 24/7 access to a dedicated team

  • Medical education

  • Monthly coaching

  • Custom research and curated products and services

  • Sampling and product education seminars

  • Navigator managed personal shoppers


For an opportunity to improve health outcomes, happiness, and quality of life...

Your private consult can be by phone, video-conference, at our office, or at your own home or office.


 

thrive@cancersurvivorplan.com

(801) 701-8145

Accepting after hours calls

4624 Holladay Blvd

Suite 1

Holladay, UT, 84117

Office Hours

Monday - Friday
9AM - 5PM

Saturday

By Appointment