The Cancer Survivor Program at the University of Minnesota Physicians Cancer Care at Fairview provides health care to cancer survivors. These survivors often face lifelong health and wellness needs that differ from the general public. Our team at University of Minnesota Physicians Cancer Care at Fairview, in collaboration with each patient’s primary-care physician, provides specialized ongoing health care for this unique population.

For Childhood and Adult Cancer Survivors - age 22 and older
Cancer Survivor Program at the Masonic Cancer Clinic
University of Minnesota Medical Center, Fairview
Masonic Memorial Building
424 Harvard St. SE
Suite M100
Minneapolis, MN 55455

Cancer Survivor Program at Southdale Cancer Clinic
University of Minnesota Medical Center, Fairview
6363 France Ave. S., Suite 610
Edina, MN 55435

For Childhood Cancer Survivors - age 21 and younger
Cancer Survivor Program at the Journey Clinic
University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital
Riverside East Building
Ninth Floor
2450 Riverside Ave.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
 

Masonic Cancer Clinic Hours:
Monday – Friday
8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Phone:
612-625-5411  

 

Southdale Cancer Clinic Hours:
Monday – Friday
8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Phone:
612-625-5411

 

Journey Clinic Hours:
Monday – Friday
8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Phone:
612-365-8100

Services

Depending on the cancer and treatment received, survivors might be at risk for developing late effects (see late effects for childhood cancers).

The most commonly seen late effects are second cancers, cardiopulmonary issues, bone problems and infertility. Services the clinic offers include:

  • Late-effects screening
  • Clinical exams and laboratory tests
  • Personal disease history and therapy review
  • Referral and coordination of specialty care
  • Treatment summaries for each cancer survivor and his or her primary-care provider

The Long-Term Follow-Up Clinic works to identify and manage the effects of cancer and its treatments. The clinic also features education for survivors, their families and the medical community, about the long-term effects of cancer treatment and appropriate screenings needed to maintain a healthy, cancer-free life.