Cancer Risk and Prevention February 14th at 12:00PM ET. Have you ever wondered why a friend got cancer and you didn't? What factors in your life increase your risk - and more importantly, what can you do about it? Learn about cancer risk and tips to reduce risk.
No registration is needed, just come to the page at the event time. You can also submit questions in advance or read a transcript after the event.
Keep an eye out for details regarding 2 upcoming webchats on March 2nd, which will cover GI Cancers and Pancreatic Cancer.
Patient Education Center
The Patient and Family Education Center makeover continues! The side effect handouts have been updated and the drug teaching sheets are nearly complete. Next, the patient education page will be reorganized to make it easier to find the sheets you need. The latest addition to patient handouts is a direct result of your feedback; these cover home safety while on treatment and taking oral chemotherapy. They can both be found at the top of the OncoLink Rx teaching sheet list. The content is based on questions we receive from patients, ONS handling guidelines and practitioner input. We hope they will meet your practice needs!
What About Our Other Colleagues?
We would like to transition this newsletter to one that includes all our oncology colleagues (social work, dieticians, therapists, etc.). Got any ideas for a catchy name for an all-inclusive eNews? Send them to us - we'll put it up for a vote and send an OncoLink T-shirt to the winning idea!
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