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The Cancer Survivorship Program is a collaboration between M Health Fairview and the Masonic Cancer Center. We are committed to providing cancer survivors, patients, loved ones, providers, and the community with information on cancer survivorship. Please review our resources below to explore information from our partners.
Take Charge of Your Survivorship
Visit the Take Charge of Your Survivorship website to explore resources and information built to help survivors and families grow and heal during and after treatment for cancer and other rare diseases.

Community Resources

The following resources have been submitted from community organizations. If you have a resource to share, please submit your recommendation using the button below.

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Earl E. Bakken Center for Spirituality and Healing

The University of Minnesota's Earle E. Bakken Center for Spirituality and Healing offers several free web based courses including special topic events and the weekly Stressbusters series on Tuesdays in April. Visit their website for more resources and additional paid courses and lectures at

View additional information provided by the Earl E. Bakken Center for Spirituality and Healing:

  • Taking Charge of Your Health and Wellbeing - A free website where you can learn how a holistic approach to wellbeing can help you discover health, contentment, purpose, and connection. View an article on cancer that is available here.
  • Free Webinars: We host webinars on a variety of health and wellbeing topics. At this time, we are hosting a webinar nearly every week. You can also view recordings of past webinars on that webpage.
  • The Bakken Center has developed resources specifically for the COVID-19 pandemic for health professionals, leaders and organizations, students, and the community.

American Indian Cancer Foundation

Learn more about Cancer Survivorship including webinars, resources, and community at

Survival 2 Strength

Our mission is to help people who have cancer, or who have had cancer, become as healthy as possible through strength training and other physical activity. Learn more at

Read more about Getting Strong After Cancer

MN Young Survival Coalition


MN Young Survival Coalition is a local chapter of the national Young Survival Coalition organization, whose mission is to support young breast cancer survivors, diagnosed age 40 or younger (regardless of current age), while they navigate the tumultuous process of diagnosis, treatment, and survivorship. We have a private MN YSC Facebook page with access to 300+ members so people can pose questions to a group of women who have traveled this path before and are always willing to share their wealth of knowledge. There are a multitude of digital resources on the Facebook page. We also host monthly in person support meetings for anyone who wants to connect and meet up with other survivors. If interested, search for the MN Young Survival Coalition group on Facebook. For more information, please email [email protected].

Negative Space

The mission of the Negative Space is to change the way caregivers are seen and supported. The Negative Space shines light on the realities of caregiving, provides direct services to caregivers, and educates and equips those who support them with concrete tools and strategies.

Learn more about negative space here

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Mesothelioma Resources

The Mesothelioma Center


We provide hope and deliver quality resources and information for patients and loved ones coping with mesothelioma. offers resources and support for mesothelioma cancer patients and their families. Our goal is to raise awareness about the dangers of asbestos exposure and the long-term health risks it poses for victims. 



Mesothelioma Guide

Mental Effects of Mesothelioma