Coping with cancer can be like navigating a labyrinth for patients and their families. Here you can find resources that help empower you and make the journey a little less stressful and confusing.
How to Talk with Health Care Professionals
I froze when the doctor said cancer! That’s how most of us feel when we are confronted with a cancer diagnosis. However, it’s vital that you get the most information you can from your health care professionals. Cancer Family Care’s Guide to Communicating with Health Care Professionals offers important advice and guidance.
Bill of Rights – Rights for Cancer Patients and Family Members
Copyright, Cancer Family Care, 2003
“Cancer is never about one person. People with cancer are so much more than patients. They have families, friends, and employers that depend on them. That is why Cancer Family Care is so important to each one of us, our community, and our world. That’s why I support their efforts.”– Julie Isphording, author, speaker, former U.S. Olympic marathon runner