7 Tips to Help You Find the Right Oncologist

After being diagnosed with cancer, the first thing to do is find a good oncologist. Cancer treatment is tough, so it’s important to find an oncologist who supports and cares for their patients in a way you would want to be supported and cared for. We’ve put together a list of tips for finding the right oncologist with information from cancerdocs.org. Search for local oncologists. 

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3 comments

  1. Max Jones says:

    We have some really close friends who are struggling with the cancer battle right now, and recently found out that she’s going to need breast surgery. I wanted to look up some ideas on the best way to choose someone to do breast surgery because the hospital gave her a few different options. I’m going to have to share your article with them, and talk about checking with their insurance to make sure they cover the doctor and the breast surgery procedure!

    • Tim Bossie says:

      Hi Max! Thank you for sharing our article with your friends. Choosing the right surgeon can be quite difficult, especially with the other decisions that have to be made. We hope that your friends can benefit from this information and are able to find the surgeon that is right for them.

  2. Bobby Saint says:

    You made a good point when you said to get recommendations when choosing the right oncologist for your needs. Your friends and relatives may have consulted with one before and were happy with the way things turned out with the medical procedure. If they tell you nothing but praises for this doctor, then it’s probably safe to assume that he is indeed reliable and trustworthy. If I were to undergo surgery for my neck, I would make sure to take this into account. Thanks.

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