6 edition of A Patient Guide to Breast Cancer Resources on the Internet found in the catalog.
December 15, 2001
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||61|
nLearn how to access PATIENT AND FAMILY RESOURCES AND INFORMATION including brochures on cancer and its treatments and Moffitt’s supportive services. Computers with free Internet are also available. Hours: a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday- Friday. Contact: or email [email protected] File Size: 3MB. Your Guide to the Breast Cancer Pathology Report; Recommended Reading A list of books for information and inspiration. Recommended Links Breast cancer-related sites on the Internet. Email Updates Sign up for our free email updates to stay in touch with .
Evaluation for breast cancer in a woman who is diagnosed with cancer of the lymph nodes (glands) under the arm but who has no sign of breast cancer on physical examination or mammogram of the breast . Patient Education Materials for Professionals Inform your patients with easy-to-read materials, as well as videos and interactive tools, on a variety of topics including prevention and early detection, treatment, .
Bring a book or activity to pass time between treatments or while waiting for your appointment. The length of each patient’s appointment will vary. If you would like to get some work done or browse the . Breast Cancer Org – Understanding Metastatic Breast Cancer (brochure) Patient Resources: x26 Cancer Guide – Metastatic Breast Cancer Blog review of children’s book The Cancer .
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