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In our new blog series, “Collaborative Care,” our Colleagues share about the advantages of our teamwork. This approach to cancer treatment at Goshen Center for Cancer Care has allowed us to witness transformative benefits in our patients’ lives.
“You can have the most advanced treatment in the world, but if you don’t connect with the patient and their family, that’s a missed opportunity to deliver the full scope of care,” says Dr. Houman Vaghefi, Director of Radiation Oncology.
“Every day, we get to play a small part in stories of courage and caring. We are moved by the strength, perseverance and commitment displayed by our patients and their loved ones. We learn from their fortitude.”
Anyone who has experienced cancer treatment or witnessed a close friend or family member undergo treatment knows that these treatments can sometimes be more difficult to endure than the symptoms of the cancer itself.
Here are the 10 questions you'll want to ask your doctor about your cancer diagnosis and treatment plan.
Breast cancer is one of the deadliest forms of cancer for women in the United States, right behind lung cancer. About one in eight women will develop breast cancer according to the American Cancer Society, which means there’s a good chance somebody you know and love has been affected by the disease.
Often called the “silent killer” or “whispering disease,” ovarian cancer can be difficult to detect in its early stages because the symptoms often go unnoticed or overlooked.
Anyone who has been diagnosed with cancer knows first-hand the whirlwind of thoughts and emotions that follow. It can be even more difficult to absorb the news while trying to understand the medical terminology your healthcare provider is using.
It can be daunting to walk into a store and be met with the shelves and shelves of sunblock and sunscreen for sale. There's such a wide variety of products to choose from that it can be difficult to figure out which one is best.
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