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To assure long-term healthcare for cancer survivors everywhere, we need expertly managed clinical strategies from doctors who care. Our purpose is to help design & manage your custom survival plan. 

Unfortunately the rapid growth of individuals surviving cancer has resulted in sub-optimal care for cancer survivors, who are frequently overlooked by the healthcare system. 


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(801) 558-5950

The Cancer Wellness House delivers evidence-based integrative holistic medicine programs including yoga, massage, acupuncture, nutrition, exercise, spirituality, and child, family, individual, and group therapy. Find out more at cancer-wellness.org


Personalized Services

Cancer Survivor Care Plans

A cancer survivor plan represents a long-term strategic plan that navigates the complex medical industry. Through active management, your survivor care plan helps assure more effective health care. Similar to other aspects of your life, these plans are regularly updated to meet your individual life circumstances.

Medical Education

Oncologists who receive detailed training are more likely to provide written survivor care plans. Additionally, primary care providers who receive survivor care plans are also more likely to discuss specific health care recommendations. Finally, patients with superior medical education are more likely to experience positive health outcomes.

Consumer Health Informatics

Consumer health informatics analyzes consumers' needs for information; studies and implements methods of making information accessible to consumers; and models and integrates consumers' preferences into medical information systems. These systems are the foundation for enabling highly personalized and responsive cancer care.


Survival is the new normal in cancer care.
— Dr. John Librett


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Our Cancer Survivor Care Plans Address:

  1. The effects of cancer treatment

  2. Symptoms and the treatment of symptoms

  3. Recommendations for on-going cancer screening

  4. Psycho-social effects

  5. Financial issues

  6. Healthy lifestyle recommendations

  7. Genetic counseling

  8. Preventive medicine options

  9. Referrals for follow-up care

  10. Support resources


Why DO you need a personalized cancer survivor plan?

Long lasting effects of cancer treatment can appear shortly after completion of your cancer treatment or arise years later. Additionally, cancer survivors often require multiple clinicians to manage complex care including: on-going surveillance for disease recurrence; management of long term treatment effects; and management of lifestyle options that decrease additional cancer disease risk.  Once a person has completed cancer therapy, he or she should received a survivor care plan. These survivor care plans help streamline access to follow-up care. While survivor care plans can reduce medical errors and improve health outcomes, the amount of time required to develop and manage these plans makes them unachievable for most oncology practices.

Although a majority of oncologists report discussing cancer survivor care recommendations with survivors, very few discuss who survivors should see for follow-up care; and only 5% of cancer survivor receive a written survivor care plan.

Additionally, oncologists, primary care providers, and cancer survivors are often unclear about their respective roles in survivorship care, particularly the management of long-term health effects. The ability for oncologists and primary care providers to deliver evidence-based medicine is fundamental to cancer survivorship. While primary care providers indicate they are better able to perform routine follow-up care, they generally lack confidence in their knowledge about cancer recurrence and long-term treatment effects. Likewise, primary care providers’ willingness to assume responsibility for such follow-up care is low. Differences in patient and physician expectations, lack of clarity surrounding provider roles, and debates about follow-up care pose significant challenges to delivering quality cancer survivor care; often resulting in poor medical outcomes and medical error.



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Our firm specializes in creating and managing personalized cancer survivor plans. Finding the medical advisor to represent you is a choice not to be taken lightly. That’s why we offer free consultations to walk you through your needs, the scope of your goals, and your budget. 

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Dr. John Librett

As a cancer survivor, Dr. Librett is a past member of the Lance Armstrong Foundation's Public Health Advisory Board, Clinical Director of the American Medical Athletic Association's Clinical Advisory Board and past chair of a White House Federal Interagency Health Council. Dr. Librett is a former health scientist with the Centers for Disease Control and Institute Clinical Conference Series in Preventive Medicine.  

Dr. Librett is recognized for his leadership in preventive medicine, clinical translation and health policy. On these issues, John has worked with the White House, the US Department of Health and Human Services; and the World Health Organization, the Pan American Health Organization and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as well as governments and corporations in Asia, Eastern Europe, Central and South America, and the U.S.  In addition to his business development, Dr. Librett's health policy research has appeared in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine, World News Tonight, and NPR's Morning Edition, to name a few. Dr. Librett is a Founder of the First Ascent Fund, President and Founder of Behavioral Science International, and Adjunct Professor with the University of Utah, College of Health.



M.P.H., Evidence-Based Medicine

Ph.D, Health Promotion & Preventive Medicine

Activities & Affiliations

• Adjunct Assistant Professor, University Utah, School of Medicine, Department of Biomedical Informatics
• AAdjunct Assistant Professor, University Utah, College of Health, Deptartment of Health, Kinesiology, & Recreation
• Vice President, Business Development, Cancer Wellness House

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Thank you for the work you did on my father’s cancer case. Your insights were brilliant and you opened our eyes to the need for a highly skilled medical advisor who can help navigate through an intensely complex industry
— Alexandra Cochrane, London, UK

John’s skill and passion to shepherd innovation by understanding and listening to scientists and then seeking direct application to the community, represents a unique niche in medicine.
— Dr. Chris Johnson, University of Utah

John’s willingness to push the envelope for rapid diffusion of innovation and health policy are important competencies for any medical business wanting to penetrate into today’s crowded market place
— Reid Robison, M.D., CEO Tute Genomics

As a health educator with extensive experience in research, policy, and product development, John is uniquely situated to help advance research from the bench to the bedside
— Guilherme Del Fiol, Assistant Professor University of Utah, Dept. of Biomedical Informatics


  • Alaska Tobacco Control Alliance

  • American Heart Association
  • American Medical Assocition
  • Arizona Coalition on Adolescent Health
  • Brigham Young University, Health Sciences
  • Bureau of Land Management
  • Cancer Health Alliance of Chicago
  • Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
  • Cooper Institute
  • Corporation for Public Broadcasting
  • Czech Ministry of Health
  • Foothill Family Clinic
  • Golden Gate National Recreation Area
  • Lance Armstrong Foundation
  • Indiana University
  • Medical Intelligence Holding Corp
  • Medical Reserve Corps
  • Men's Health Center
  • Montana Department of Health
  • National Institutes of Health
  • National Forest Service
  • National Park Service
  • National Recreation & Parks Association
  • Oregon Department of Public Health
  • Office of the U.S Surgeon General
  • President’s Council on Physical Fitness
  • Rails-to-Trails Conservancy
  • Salt Lake County Health Department
  • Stanford Center for Health Promotion
  • State of California, Health Services
  • The Wellness Community
  • U.S. Office of Management and Budget
  • U.S Department of Transporation
  • Utah Department of Health
  • United Way of Arizona
  • University of Utah, School of Medicine
  • University of Utah, College of Health
  • Vermont Department of Health
  • World Health Organization
  • WUKAR Fit
  • Youth Ambassador Forum
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