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Cancer Treatments

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Cancer treatments can feel intimidating. You might struggle with figuring out which treatments to have and where to get them.

Talking to Your Doctor About Cancer Treatments

Tell your doctors what’s important to you. State your concerns and worries. Don't be afraid to ask questions and express your values.

Learn as much as you can about your:

  • Prognosis
  • Treatment options
  • Possible side effects
  • Options for managing those side effects

Ask detailed questions about the risks and benefits of each therapy. Unsure? You can also get a second opinion.

Genetics: A Starting Point

Whether you have a diagnosis or not, you might want to see a genetics specialist. Finding out your cancer risks can help guide both prevention and treatment. Learn more about the benefits of cancer genetic counseling.

Visitor Guidelines

Clinics & COVID-19 Patients: No Visitors 

For adult clinic appointments or those in the hospital with COVID-19:

  • No one can come with you into clinic buildings
  • No visitors at the bedside of COVID-19 cases
  • The care team can allow standard exceptions 

In Hospital, ED, & Procedures: 1 Visitor

For adults in the hospital, emergency department, or having medical procedures:

  • Only 1 visitor allowed at a time
  • Two visitors can be designated
  • The care team can allow standard exceptions

Virtual Options: Connect From a Distance

When you can't visit in person, you can still:

Visitor Guidelines

Clinics & COVID-19 Patients: No Visitors 

For adult clinic appointments or those in the hospital with COVID-19:

  • No one can come with you into clinic buildings
  • No visitors at the bedside of COVID-19 cases
  • The care team can allow standard exceptions 

In Hospital, ED, & Procedures: 1 Visitor

For adults in the hospital, emergency department, or having medical procedures:

  • Only 1 visitor allowed at a time
  • Two visitors can be designated
  • The care team can allow standard exceptions

Virtual Options: Connect From a Distance

When you can't visit in person, you can still: