The National Comprehensive Cancer Network, which comprises 27 of the country's leading cancer centers, has launched NCCN.com, a new consumer information Web site dedicated to educating people with cancer. The site provides resources that make it easier for patients to engage in more informed conversations with their doctors about different treatment options.
Research has proven that each of the complementary therapies offered at the Cancer Center assists in healing and coping. Patients often report that they have an improved sense of well-being and less anxiety after participating in complementary therapy programs. More services are being offered online, as a result.
Cancer Center dietitians answer your questions about vitamin D and what to do when cancer treatment interferes with good nutrition. For example, a side effect of treatment is to make people feel full even after only a few bites.