Long-Term Follow-Up Program

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Clinic Overview

Expert life-long care the unique needs of cancer survivors

The Long-Term Follow-Up Program provides health care to survivors of childhood and adulthood cancers. Our providers are specialists with knowledge and experience in the treatment of cancer and the long-term effects of treatment.

Long-term follow-up care includes screening for delayed complications of therapy, education about possible long-term effects, and monitoring of health care needs based on risk factors associated with prior cancer treatment.

Patients benefit form the unique insights and comprehensive approach of the Long-Term Follow-Up Program's multidisciplinary team. This team reviews each patient's treatments and makes recommendations for monitoring and care of potential late effects. A patient's team may be comprised of the following:

  • Oncologist
  • Nurses
  • Phychologists
  • Social workers
  • Other specialists as needed

Long-Term Follow-Up Program oncologists are members of the Masonic Cancer Center, University of Minnesota, one of only 41 National Cancer Institute-designed comprehensive cancer centers.

Learn more about our physicians' cancer/oncology expertise.


Our physicians offer a comprehensive array of diagnostic and therapeutic procedures and consultation including:

  • Personal disease history and therapy review
  • Screening for late effects
  • Education on reducing the risks of the late effects
  • Clinical exams and laboratory tests
  • Treatment summaries for the cancer survivor and his/her primary physician
  • Referral Coordination to specialty care if needed
  • Counseling on education and occupational concerns
  • Information about current research and knowledge of late effects


A partnership of Fairview and University of Minnesota Physicians

Location Info


For Childhood and Adult Cancer Survivors - age 22 and older
Long-Term Follow-up Clinic at Masonic Cancer Clinic
University of Minnesota Medical Center, Fairview
Masonic Memorial Building
424 Harvard St. SE
Suite M100
Minneapolis, MN 55454

For Childhood  Cancer Survivors - age 21 and younger
Long-Term Follow-up Clinic at Journey Clinic
University of Minnesota Amplatz Children's Hospital
Riverside East Building
Ninth Floor
2450 Riverside Ave.
Minneapolis, MN 55454


For Childhood and Adult Cancer Survivors - age 22 and older:

For Childhood Cancer Survivors - age 21 and younger:


By appointment

Our Team


Central Scheduling: 612.672.7422

Provider Referrals: 612.672.7000

Administrative Offices: 612.884.0600

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