Knowledge you need to make informed decisions
The more you know about your condition, the more successfully you can battle cancer.
Get our free reference guide, “Ten Questions You Must Ask Your Oncologist"
If you have cancer, you owe it to yourself to become educated. Learning as much as you can about your condition, your prognosis and treatment options can help you feel more in control of your situation. It also can help ensure you receive the most complete care possible.
Our free information packet includes:
- Explanations of why asking your oncologist the right questions could make a real difference in your care
- DVD of cancer survivors just like you
- Brochure explaining IU Health Goshen Center for Cancer Care’s unique approach to fighting cancer
When diagnosed with cancer, you must look out for your own best interest. And make sure you receive the most complete care available. Seek a second opinion if you feel unsatisfied with the treatment options you’ve been offered or are concerned that you're not being heard. Most cancer specialists encourage patients to seek other opinions, so don't worry about offending your doctor.
Getting a second opinion is easier than you may think. And no referral is needed. At Goshen Center for Cancer Care, we can schedule a consultation within days. When facing cancer, there's no time for second guesses. But second opinions are essential.
Contact our oncology information specialists at 888.491.4673 to get started.
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We will ship the complete packet to your home today. Plus, you can download a PDF of the Ten Important Questions guide immediately after you register.