The CRI Helpbook For Patients
In today's world, a diagnosis of cancer is no longer a reason to despair. Nowadays, many forms of cancer can be cured -- provided the patient receives the right treatment.
Unfortunately, some patients don't get the most appropriate treatment for their condition. Advances in cancer therapy are coming so quickly these days that not all doctors and hospitals are able to offer the latest and best treatments for every type of cancer. And sometimes patients don't have enough information at their fingertips to seek out the treatments they need.
How, then, do you make sure that you get the best possible care? Educate yourself. Ask questions about anything you don't understand. And, most important of all, get expert advice on how and where your particular cancer should be treated, as well as what resources are available to help you live a normal life during and after your recovery. In other words, take an active role in all aspects of your care.
You can improve your chances of surviving cancer. The eight steps laid out in this guide will show you how. As you read through the steps themselves and the Resource Directory section, you will find answers to many of the questions that may be on your mind. And don't hesitate to call on the organizations listed in the Resource Directory -- they can be of great help to you and your family.
Download your copy of The CRI Helpbook for Patients.