Choosing a Cancer Care Team

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More about choosing a cancer care team

The articles in this section may help you assist your loved one to choose a cancer care team and treatment facility that meets his or her particular needs.

Cancer Care Team Roles

Learn more about what kinds of professionals might be part of your loved one’s cancer care team and what role each person plays.

Evaluating a Care Team

Help your loved one to assess potential care team members and treatment facilities.

Relocating for Cancer Care

Patients with head and neck cancer sometimes have to relocate to receive appropriate treatment. Consequently, caregivers often choose to relocate with their loved ones to continue providing care and support. Learn more about this decision in this section.


Important: Privacy Update

Your privacy and the protection of your personal information is important to the THANC (Thyroid, Head and Neck Cancer) Foundation and the Head & Neck Cancer Guide (HNCG). For this reason, we have updated our privacy policy to align with the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation).

Please click below to see an updated privacy policy that describes how we collect and use your personal information and respect your privacy.

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