Colon Cancer survivor Stephanie Joho, provides valuable guidance about appreciating the uniqueness of your cancer, and striving for the best possible treatment options in a Washington Post article. Asking for second opinions, seeking information about genetic testing and exploring clinical trial treatments can alter the outcomes of your cancer prognosis.
Your cancer care team should be carefully assembled. In addition to Oncologists, consider professionals who understand the science behind treatments as well as the complexity of the cancer treatment landscape. The Cancer Treatment Navigator (CTN) team are scientific professionals who provide expert navigation of immunotherapy clinical trials among others, based on a patient's medical history and genetic mutation profile. We believe every cancer patient is different and should get individualized treatment plans that are not limited by the only options available as part of standardized treatment protocols. CTN helps cancer patients and their loved ones understand complex cancer biology and treatment options in simple language. We provide each individual patient and their loved ones, the time and attention they deserve. Our personalized services, remain rooted in a thorough understanding of the constraints, difficulties, and emotional experiences of cancer patients.
If you or someone you care about has received a cancer diagnosis, please call or email CTN. We facilitate faster access to treatment options beyond standard of care, and our services are nationwide.