A golden bell with a plaque that says, 'Celebration Bell: If you have a moment to celebrate, ring the bell upon the wall. Ring it for a milestone, whether big or small. Ring it for those fighting, and all who surround them now. We all deserve a moment, so ring it loud and proud.'

L.I.F.E. Survivorship Program

L.I.F.E — the survivorship program at Baptist MD Anderson Cancer Center – ensures that every patient and family member touched by cancer is supported throughout their cancer journey by our multidisciplinary team.

The L.I.F.E. Program provides support services to all cancer survivors, including:

  • Psychological services
  • Nutrition
  • Pastoral care
  • Rehabilitation
  • Social work
  • Exercise programs
  • Financial advocacy
  • Art therapy

Advances in early detection and cancer treatment have resulted in more people surviving cancer after diagnosis and living longer. With this progress it has been discovered that life during and after cancer treatment can present many unique physical, emotional, cognitive, relationship, and financial issues for cancer survivors. These issues may occur in the first five years after treatment, and some could occur even later. Our nurse practitioner engages and works with the patient and their family to develop a personalized treatment plan.

We also offer patient education and support groups to help our patients navigate their cancer journey. You can register at the EventBrite links below. Please talk to your oncology team or survivorship navigator to get the EventBrite passwords.

Request an Appointment

Ask your Baptist MD Anderson oncology team about a referral to the survivorship clinic or call our main line to request an appointment.


Our L.I.F.E. Survivorship clinic is located in the main campus of Baptist MD Anderson Cancer Center on the 1st floor.

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An exterior photo of Baptist MD Anderson Cancer Center.