For cancer survivors, a final chemotherapy infusion, a last physical therapy appointment, or a clean, cancer-free scan is a long-awaited moment.
While many find relief and happiness in this new stage of their lives, it can still be hard to adjust to “normal” life. It is common to feel anxious or worried that the cancer will come back.
Be prepared to feel a range of emotions as the time between doctor’s appointments gets farther and farther apart. Here are some osteosarcoma survivors’ reflections on life after cancer.