Making treatment decisions

Who will be involved in my treatment decision?

A team of experts will decide on the best treatment for you. But you should always be able to talk about it or look into getting a second opinion about these decisions.

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    How treatment is planned

    Your care will be managed by a group of health professionals that have expert knowledge in your type of cancer.

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    Talking to your healthcare team

    Talking to your healthcare team can make it easier to cope. If you find talking difficult, there are things you can do.

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    Getting a second opinion

    There are many reasons for wanting a second opinion about your treatment. Speak to your specialist or GP.

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    Making a complaint

    Talking to your healthcare team can make it easier to cope. If you find talking difficult, there are things you can do.

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    My Cancer Treatment

    Macmillan is supporting a new online tool to help you make decisions about your treatment and care. The tool currently only covers England.