Helpful links about cancer and oncological care from other medical resources.
The Cost of Cancer Treatment
The implications of a cancer diagnosis can be devastating. It can change one’s way of life and how one performs daily living activities and takes an emotional toll on the client. However, the financial burden of cancer treatment is devastating…Read Full
What Are Carcinogens?
It’s natural to worry about the potential hazards of the substances in the environment — especially those that cause cancer. Genetics, lifestyle choices, and environmental exposures can play a role in developing cancer. Still, it’s hard to pinpoint why one…Read Full
7 Cancer Warning Signs
As with any disease or illness, the earlier treatment begins, the better the chance of full recovery. In many ways, this is no truer than when speaking of cancer. Some examples of early-stage cancer symptoms can include fever, abnormal lung…Read Full
What Are Clinical Trials?
You’ve probably heard the term “clinical trial” before, but you may not know what it is or if it’s an option for you. Clinical research is a type of medical research aimed at helping people who have been diagnosed with…Read Full
What to Expect at Your First Oncology Appointment
If you’ve just been diagnosed with cancer, you’re probably overwhelmed with thoughts and emotions that it’s hard to prepare for your first visit to the oncologist. Understanding your cancer prognosis is the first step to finding the right treatment options.…Read Full
Improving Oncology Care Through the Patient Experience
If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with cancer, a new oncology care model is helping practices improve the patient experience and provide better cancer care. It includes all the latest medical technology, but there’s also an emphasis…Read Full