This resource lists tips for promoting good doctor-patient relationship and includes suggested questions to ask your physician.
2013 Clinical Psychosocial Conference
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Provides access to Web-based resources to assist planners, program staff, and researchers in designing, implementing, and evaluating cancer prevention and control programs.
CancerPlan.org enables state and community cancer control planners to share resources and tools to develop, implement, and evaluate Comprehensive Cancer Control plans.
Features detailed information about CDC's National Comprehensive Cancer Control Program and related activities, as well as state, tribal, and territorial program contacts; state cancer profiles; and numerous resources for cancer control planning efforts.
During six months of chemotherapy, I kept working. I would have my chemotherapy on Friday afternoon, go home and sleep to ward off the nausea, and be back to work on Monday morning. I still remember very clearly each treatment, each x-ray, each time I had to have blood tests. But now I remember how it changed my life, how it made me more appreciative of the people and events in my life. I would have never thought that 22 years ago that I would be sharing my story, helping other cancer patients, and be a healthy, happy, wife and mother.
Barb Anderson, Dublin,
Hodgkin's Lymphoma Survivor