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This section focuses on making treatment decisions. It outlines some of the ways you can find out about your treatment options and discusses some of the things that may help in making decisions.
You may find this information helpful if:
Some people want to find out as much as they can about each treatment option while others prefer to know just a little
Find out about the short term, temporary, long term and permanent side effects of cancer treatment
Use our questions to ask your health professionals to help you make your treatment decision
Sources of information used to help compile the Making treatment decisions section
Get an idea of the aims of the treatment before making any decision
Read about the types of risk that doctors sometimes talk about when describing risk
Look at our suggestions for how to cope with uncertainty when making decisions about treatment
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If you have any questions about cancer, need support or just want someone to talk to, ask Macmillan.
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