Thinking About Cancer Treatment
As you learn about your cancer, it’s natural to start thinking about what to do next. After understanding your diagnosis, it’s time to take things one step forward. Let’s see what resources you can use to get prepared, or find more information about choosing a treatment.
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Follicular Lymphoma (FL) Cancer Information
Source: CancerCareFind out more about bone marrow transplants as a treatment option and whether it’s right for you. Also learn about the many support services and resources that CancerCare provides for patients and caregivers.
Source: Cancer Support CommunityLearn more about individualized treatments for non-Hodgkin lymphoma, along with questions to ask your healthcare team.
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Source: CancerCareA recent survey revealed that people with cancer wanted more information about how their treatment would impact their work, finances, or need for care. Read about how you can partner with your healthcare team to make sure you get this information before making a decision.
Source: Cancer Support CommunityThe first critical step to managing your cancer treatment is making the decision to empower yourself and take an active role in your care. Learning about your cancer diagnosis, your cancer treatment, your healthcare team, and ways to improve your overall well-being can help improve the quality of your life.
Source: Cancer Support CommunitySometimes it is hard to know what questions to ask the doctor. One proven strategy for getting the most out of your visit is to be as prepared as possible.
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