Passport for Care General Information and Resources


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Thank you for accessing this informational page of the Passport for Care (PFC)website. The Passport for Care website is an online interactive free resource for clinicians and childhood cancer survivors developed by researchers at Baylor College of Medicine that addresses the need to provide patients and survivors of chronic illnesses with increased access to their medical information. healthcare guidelines, and appropriate follow-up care recommendations.

The PFC was developed for survivors of childhood cancer based on the survivorship guidelines provided by the Children’s Oncology Group. Combining the treatment input data with the Children’s Oncology Group guidelines generate a comprehensive survivorship care plan with follow-up care recommendations and educational information.

From this page, you can access general site information for facilities or clinicians who wish to learn more about what the site provides as well as educational materials that provide guidance to current users.

General Site Information

  • General information for the Passport for Care Clinician Website

  • General information for the Passport for Care Survivor Website

  • Information about the updated website

Solving Technical Issues

If you're experiencing issues with the clinician site or survivor website, pleas visit our support website or contact

Any suggestions, requests, or recommendations

To submit any suggestions, requests, or recommendations, please contact us on the Passport for Care Help Desk at