We understand that receiving a cancer diagnosis and undergoing treatment can be an incredibly challenging experience, not only for you but also for your loved ones. At Utah Cancer Specialists, we understand the impact it can have on your lives. That’s why we have developed a comprehensive oncology program that includes a Supportive Care program designed specifically to assist you throughout your cancer journey. Our primary focus is to enhance your quality of life during this difficult time by providing a range of supportive services:
Treating and managing symptoms and side effects that may be causing you discomfort, such as pain, fatigue, nausea, constipation, diarrhea, loss of appetite, shortness of breath, anxiety, depression, or any other challenges you may be facing.
Offering emotional support not only to you but also to your family, recognizing the importance of their well-being and the role they play in your journey.
Facilitating referrals for counseling or care in the comfort of your own home or other appropriate settings, ensuring you have access to the additional support you may need.
Coordinating with insurance providers and community services to help alleviate the burden of navigating through paperwork and administrative tasks, allowing you to focus on your health and well-being.
Assisting you in identifying your personal goals and priorities, engaging in meaningful discussions about the best treatment path for you and your desired quality of life.
We want you to know that we are here to provide compassionate care and support every step of the way. Our dedicated team is committed to helping you find comfort, strength, and the best possible outcomes throughout your cancer journey.
American Cancer Society
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National Cancer Institute
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