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Author: Sarah HandzelYou may wonder if you should seek a second opinion about your cancer diagnosis and treatment options. Second opinions may confirm your diagnosis and provide invaluable information about your cancer and where it’s located in your body.
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 CommunityTo help you understand your care, you may want to ask your doctor or your oncology nurse to develop a written cancer treatment plan.
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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