Treatable but not curable cancer resources for professionals
From Advance Care Planning to managing fatigue, we have advice to help professionals support patients living with treatable but not curable cancer.
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It's common for patients to experience late effects of the endocrine system after cancer treatment. With the right care and support, symptoms can be managed or prevented.
We've created an endocrine late effects guide to help you support patients with:
- bone problems and osteoporosis
- hot flushes
- ovarian insufficiency
- pituitary insufficiency
- testicular insufficiency
- thyroid problems.
We've created our 10 top tips series to help primary care professionals support patients at every stage of the cancer pathway. The tips are designed to showcase best practice and offer practical advice for your role.
We have tips for treatable but not curable cancer, which include:
- Advance Care Planning
- Managing fatigue
- Managing late effects
- Social prescribing
- Virtual consultations
We invest in programmes and services to help professionals adopt new and innovative ways to deliver cancer care in the UK. Working in communities and with the NHS, we fund pilots to improve experiences and outcomes for people with cancer. With this knowledge, we have created tools and resources to help you deliver:
- Personalised care for people living with cancer
- Holistic Needs Assessments (and electronic HNAs)
- Quality improvement to existing cancer services.
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