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Cancer Treatment Planning

Partnering with your cancer specialist/doctor or oncologist to make decisions about your cancer treatment planning may make you feel more confident as you begin your cancer treatment.

Cancer Treatment Planning

In most cases of cancer detection, biopsy is the only way to definitely diagnose cancer. During a biopsy, your doctor collects samples of your cells. Basically biopsy is to determine whether you have cancer or some other condition.

Detecting Cancer Stage by Radiology

Radiology is also known as imaging tests. This test is used to look for cancer, find out how far it has spread, and to help see if cancer treatment is working. It can be used for cancer in many ways:

  • Early Detection – used to look for cancer in its early stages (when it’s small and has not spread), and a person has no symptoms.

  • They can be used to look for a mass or lump (tumor) if a person has symptoms.

  • They can help find out the stage of the cancer.

  • They can help find out if a cancer has come back (recurred) after treatment

Stages of Cancer

  • Stage I: Early Stages

  • Stage II: Locally Advanced

  • Stage III: Very advanced and spread to different organs

  • Cancer Treatment Planning

  • Immunotherapy

  • Targeted Therapy

  • Intravenous Chemotherapy

  • Medical Management Cancers

  • Head Neck Cancer