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New Patient Information Sessions; treatment options; visits to the Cancer Centre; family involvement; the cancer care team.
We encourage you to ask questions about your care and treatment throughout your cancer journey. This information may help you to better understand what to expect during chemotherapy.
The Referral Centres process new referrals and ensure patients are booked for assessment in as timely a manner as possible.
Allan Blair Cancer Centre; Saskatoon Cancer Centre; Community Oncology Centres, Out-of-Province Treatment
The cancer centre pharmacy specializes in providing effective medications that target cancer in the safest way possible.
Counseling; taking care of yourself; accommodation and transportation; personal, financial and home care services; support groups; volunteers.
Registered dietitians are available to answer your questions about nutrition and to help you to eat well before, during and after your cancer treatment.
Cancer and treatment can sometimes cause discomfort, tiredness and other side effects. The good news is that there are many ways to manage symptoms and side effects.
Patient and Family Resource Centre; recommended sources of information.
A Clinical Trial is a study used to develop better ways to prevent, detect or treat cancer.
Be involved in your health care. Share information with your health care team, listen, and ask questions or raise concerns you have about your care and safety.
What should I do if I have a patient concern?
The Patient and Family Advisory Council helps us blend the voices of patients and families with physicians and staff to provide excellent care and services.
Volunteers are an integral part of the healthcare team.
Improving cancer control among Saskatchewan's First Nations and Métis
200-4545 Parliament Ave, Regina, SK S4W 0G3 CanadaPhone: 639-625-2010