For cancer survivors and their families, the end of treatment can bring new feelings as they learn about the good and not-so-good results of successful treatment. It is after treatment that people begin to think and come to terms with their experience.
Most of the time, childhood cancer survivors and their families respond well to the stresses of survivorship. There are times when physical problems or other stresses related to childhood cancer and common everyday situations can cause intense emotions that need medical attention.
There is support available for childhood cancer survivors and their families who have anxiety and depression after their treatment, you can find some of these resources in these guidelines.