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If you are currently receiving treatment for colon or rectal cancer and you have any concerns about your cancer care, it is important to get a second opinion to be sure you feel confident with your treatment plan and care team.
The colorectal cancer experts at Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) practice integrative medicine—a unique care philosophy that combines technologically advanced conventional treatments with supportive and nurturing complementary therapies—all under one roof. We work with you to build an individualized treatment plan around your needs instead of applying a standard treatment formula for everyone. You may not be getting the comprehensive, nutritional therapies you need, guidance and support for you and your family, or you may be suffering from side effects of your treatment. Not all treatments are offered at every facility, so your doctor may be limited on what treatments he or she can offer you.
We understand that it is a difficult decision to leave your current doctor and visit CTCA and we try to make this as easy on you as possible. At CTCA, your care manager coordinates all aspects of your oncology care, both at CTCA and at home. Your care manager can provide updates on your care to your physician, if you like.
If you have concerns about your current colon or rectal cancer treatment, speak with an Oncology Information Specialist who can help you determine if Cancer Treatment Centers of America might be an option for you.