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Diagnosis, Treatment Planning & Care
Trinitas Regional Medical Center
Here at Trinitas Regional Medical Center/Trinitas Comprehensive Cancer Center we follow the NCCN definition of survivorship. Patients are survivors from the day of diagnosis throughout their lives. In order to meet the complex needs of these individuals a multidisciplinary team approach is vital. Care is consistently coordinated within the team involving Oncologists, Navigator, APN, Social Worker, Dietician, Physical Therapists, Complementary Therapist and Nursing. Quality of Life is evaluated and a care plan is developed with a focus on the patient’s current needs as well as the standards...
Research & Evidence
Patient-reported outcomes from a workplace intervention program for cancer survivors highlight ongoing needs to support continuation of work
Supportive Care in Cancer
Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention
After you’ve told your manager about your diagnosis, it will help to have a framework for discussions about your job. Understand that your manager will probably be worried for you — and for the company. The best antidote is information, which is why we created this kit. It contains need-to-know laws relating to cancer in the workplace; successful workplace strategies; tips for dealing with your HR department; and more. We recommend detaching this page and sharing the rest of the kit with your manager. Additional resources for both you and your employer can be found at cancerandcareers.org.
If you have cancer, you may want to think about taking part in a clinical trial. Clinical trials are a treatment option for many people with cancer. This book explains cancer treatment clinical trials and gives you some things to think about when deciding whether to take part. This booklet is for people with cancer, their family, and friends.