- Pre-conference workshop to the 2014 Biennial Cancer Survivorship Research Conference: Economic Evaluation Approaches to Demonstrate the Added Value of Cancer Survivorship Interventions
- Financial Burden & Employment Issues in Cancer Survivorship panel at the 2014 Biennial Cancer Survivorship Research Conference
- Medical Expenditure Panel Survey (MEPS) Experiences Cancer Survivorship Supplement
- LIVESTRONG survey data available
- Monograph: Comparing Cancer Care and Economic Outcomes Across Health Systems (August 2013)
The economic burden of cancer in the United States is substantial and projected to increase due to a growing population of cancer survivors and the escalating costs of cancer treatment. A coordinated and sustained effort is needed to build research capacity, identify leverage points for intervention, and translate and disseminate research findings to inform policy and practice.
Last Updated: 18 May 2015