My Treatment Journey
Whether you’ve just been diagnosed, are on your treatment journey or you’re looking after someone who’s been diagnosed, you’ll find a wealth of information, support and products to help
Main Treatment Methods
In radiotherapy, ionizing radiation, such as an x-ray, is used to destroy or prevent tumor cells from increasing in size. Because the radiation is aimed directly at the tumor site, this method is more accurate when compared to chemotherapy. The patient does not feel any pain during the sessions, but there may be side effects that cause pain later.Close
Chemotherapy consists of administering medication orally or in the patient’s veins, arteries or muscles. It can reach cancer cells in any part of the body. There is a different type of chemotherapy medication for each case and side effects may vary, so it’s important to talk to your doctor and avoid self-medication.Close
The goal of surgery is to completely remove the tumor or reduce the amount of tumor cells and relieve symptoms. There are some important measures that can be taken to lower the risk of surgical complications.Close
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Cancer patients do not have to face the obstacles by themselves.
My Treatment Has Ended, What Do I Need to Know?
After your cancer treatment is finished, medical follow-up will continue and it’s important that you change a few habits.
Can Cancer Treatment Affect Fertility?
After the diagnosis, doctor and patient should talk about how treatments could affect fertility and possible ways to preserve it
Going Back to Work and the Social Scene after Cancer Treatment
"Support from family and friends makes things easier, but you need to be mentally prepared and focus on what you need to do."
How to Prepare Some Vegetables While Keeping Their Nutrients
Certain cooking methods can make meals more nutritious
How Psycho-Oncology Can Improve Quality of Life for People with Cancer
Therapy sessions usually focus on pain, fatigue, sexuality and self-esteem1
Common Questions About Hair Loss During Cancer Treatment
Although this is deeply associated with cancer treatment, not all people lose their hair