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A collegial oncology team is essential to support patients with cancer through all aspects of care.
By promoting shared decision-making, oncology navigators inform patients about aspects of their care and help them to become more engaged.
Talking to patients with advanced cancer about hospice care to help them experience better quality of life.
The holidays are a joyous time for most people, but patients with advanced cancer contend with a few issues this time of year.
Here are some ways to remind our patients to adhere to oral medication schedules when traveling.
With a little organization and a discussion of roles, teamwork can make a cancer center and its providers function at a higher level.
As it is often underdiscussed prior to beginning hormonal treatment, it’s important for oncology navigators to counsel their patients on potential adverse side effects that can last for years to come.
Lillie D. Shockney says it is important for patients with cancer to counsel their kids on their disease in a way that is easy to understand.
It’s important to be an advocate for patients with cancer as they go through the process of deciding about continuing or discontinuing treatment.
Lillie D. Shockney talks about knowing the history of how patients with breast cancer view their bodies to understand how to approach discussions about body image.
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