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Patient Resources & Education

We know that cancer can be more than a physical disease as it touches the deepest fears of patients and their families. For this reason, we provide information to lessen the emotional impact of a cancer diagnosis. We encourage you to accept help when offered and to reach out for the support you need. Each individual will have different needs. What is meaningful to one person may be meaningless to another. We do know that it is helpful to discuss your concerns – whether it is with a friend, family member, or spiritual advisor; with a support group of people going through a similar situation; or to yourself through a journal. Find the method that works best for you.

Minnesota Oncology knows that many of our patients like to research their condition and treatment and look for useful resources on the internet. However, many find this a frustrating experience.