Finding Information

CST_logo“Finding Information” explains how to use many of the different resources available to find information that will help you understand your kind of cancer and its treatment. After listening to this Toolbox program, you will be better prepared to:

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Introduction

Learn the importance of having the right information and hear survivors reflect on useful ways for obtaining quality information. 


Types of Information

Hear Joan, an Oncology Nurse, speak about gathering information and exploring all options. 


Resources

Learn about an abundance of resources that have viable information and how to ensure the information you are receiving is reliable. 


Identifying Resources

Hear Antonio and Lloyd recount the ways they found an abundance of information to help them make informed decisions about their care. 


Information from Other People

Listen to Gloria explain how she reached out to her daughter and social worker to get help and information. 


Conclusion

Learn practical steps to discovering the basic information that will lead to finding comfort in your treatment and plan of care.