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December 21, 2012
Getting a cancer diagnosis can be overwhelming. But by staying informed, you can make your treatment experience more manageable.
Here is some of our most helpful advice from 2012.
Ask the right questions: Get the most out of your oncology appointments
By Naoto Ueno, M.D., Ph.D., Department of Breast Medical Oncology
As a patient, you're entitled to ask your health care providers anything. In that sense, there are no bad questions.
But some questions will help you get more out of your interaction with your health care providers than others.
This advice comes from my experience as a medical oncologist and a cancer survivor.
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Protecting your eyes during cancer treatment
By Johnny Rigg
MD Anderson is one of a few cancer centers with a strong and growing ophthalmology section.
We talked to Stella Kim, M.D., associate professor in the Department of Head and Neck Surgery, about eye problems that may occur as the result of cancer treatment.
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