Cancer-related worry is common among cancer survivors. Patients worry about recurrence, death, treatment side effects, and the impact of their cancer on their family. For patients with low-risk cancers who are past initial treatment, this persistent worry can impact quality of life. This study will evaluate the feasibility of a worry support tool for low-risk cancer patients identified through the Surveillance, Epidemiology and End Results (SEER) program. Patients will receive a brief survey with questions about worry and worry support. The patients will then be directed to a website with details on a worry support tool. We will assess patient willingness to visit the website and use this tool. We will also measure patient report of tool usefulness. Ultimately the data from this feasibility study will lead to the design and implementation of a worry support tool for patients with low-risk cancers.