Prepare For Treatment

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June 7, 2014
Share your cancer experiences once, and give the gift of hindsight to cancer patients.
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June 7, 2014
Know what to expect, how to plan for it, and how to organize your friends and family. Remove the anxiety, take back control.
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June 7, 2014
Research Your Medication
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June 7, 2014
The first step in being proactive. By choosing to be proactive, the outcome of morbidity cannot be statistically determined.
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June 7, 2014
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Chris Ryan November 13, 2015
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Chris Ryan June 28, 2015
Going through treatment for breast cancer is like going on a journey – it takes some planning, requires some decisions, and has a timeline. Before you embark on your journey through treatment, take time to prepare.
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The handouts and information your doctors give you don't tell the whole story about what to expect during chemotherapy. To help you feel more prepared, editors at Caring.com talked to more than 25 cancer survivors to find out what “they” wish someone had told them about cancer treatment – the tips and insights that might have made the months of chemotherapy a little less difficult.
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The most common cancer treatments today are surgery, chemotherapy and radiation. A cancer patient may receive one or a combination of these or other types of treatment. The type of treatment you receive depends on the type and stage of cancer.
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Treatment for Cancer - National Cancer Institute
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Chris Ryan May 19, 2015
The Survivorship Care Plan Builder works by creating a unique Survivorship Care Plan for each patient that can then be printed out, emailed and/or stored electronically. Your Survivorship Care Plans will include: Contact information for the patient's care team (this is important for coordinating care) Background information on the patient’s diagnosis and medical history Treatment summary Follow-up care schedule, referrals and other recommendations for future care Assessment of the patient's ongoing concerns and suggested interventions Factsheets from the Survivorship Library on what to expect after treatment, guidelines for care and managing ongoing symptoms Advantages The Survivorship Care Plan Builder is: Secure Easy-to-use In sync with the Institute of Medicine (IOM) and Commission on Cancer (CoC) recommendations on survivorship care (See A Solution for Complying with Standard 3.3: Survivorship Care Planning, The CoC Source, December 2013.) May be able to import data from your cancer registry Fully customizable Fully tested and regularly updated based on your feedback Free technical support| Journey Forward
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Chris Ryan May 19, 2015
Adjuvant therapy: Treatment given after the main treatment to reduce the chance of cancer coming back by killing any remaining cancer cells. It usually refers to chemotherapy, radiation therapy, hormone therapy, and/or immunotherapy given after surgery.
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Chris Ryan May 18, 2015
If you have cancer, you may want to think about taking part in a clinical trial. Clinical trials are a treatment option for many people with cancer. This book explains cancer treatment clinical trials and gives you some things to think about when deciding whether to take part
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Chris Ryan May 16, 2015
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Chris Ryan October 12, 2014
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Chris Ryan October 4, 2014
Complementary healing therapies provide an integrative treatment approach which involves both Eastern methods and Western conventional methods. The combination of Eastern and Western methods can provide people with cancer the ability to take a proactive role in their treatment and recovery. Healing therapies is not an either/or approach but rather it is in addition to conventional cancer treatments.
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Chris Ryan October 4, 2014
We are a 501c3 not-for-profit organization committed to providing volunteer-crafted hats to cancer centers across the country.
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Chris Ryan October 4, 2014
Hair Peace Charities raises money to help women and girls buy wigs while undergoing chemotherapy treatment for any type of cancer. Hair Peace Charities also fights cancer with educational support groups and faith. Hair Prayer Care.
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Chris Ryan October 4, 2014
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