New Cancer Navigation resource

After Cancer - Now What? — By on February 4, 2010 at 6:24 am

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div class=”separator” style=”clear: both; text-align: center;”a href=”http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_3WfwzsWpUQ4/S2cWiOfFBKI/AAAAAAAAAxo/GXCwZlrGQys/s1600-h/nc_logo_color.jpg” imageanchor=”1″ style=”margin-left: 1em; margin-right: 1em;”img border=”0″ src=”http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_3WfwzsWpUQ4/S2cWiOfFBKI/AAAAAAAAAxo/GXCwZlrGQys/s320/nc_logo_color.jpg” //a/divA new site has come on line and I have to share it with you.br /
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a href=”http://www.navigatingcancer.com/tour”Navigating Cancer/a is a site where you can get information about your diagnosis, get support from others who are dealing with cancer treatment and organize all of your teratment in one place.br /
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Firstnbsp; Organizing Your Care allows you to create an electronic health record, track things like side effects and then share reports with your treatment team. It also provides sample questions for you to discuss during visits with your medical team.nbsp; br /
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The support section allows you to set up a page to keep family and friends in the loop as well as give and receive support to others. I love the calendar feature they’ve got in here, it reminds me of Lotsa Helping Hands. You fill in what you need and your supporters ride in like the cavalry and help you out.br /
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Finally the information section allows you to get information from other patients as well as from reputable web sites. If you haven’t been warned before having cancer and being on the web can be a very dangerous combination.nbsp; br /
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When you join you register with some incredibly basic information and they send you an e-mail link to confirm but it comes quickly.br /
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There still seem to be a couple of bugs in the section where you add you treatment history but they’re being worked out. This is a new site and any problems I encountered were solved by using the back arrow, not too complicated. br /
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Go check out a href=”http://www.navigatingcancer.com/”Navigating Cancer/a and support them, these are the kinds of practical tools all patients can use.div class=”blogger-post-footer”img width=’1′ height=’1′ src=’https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/tracker/4713736175601908568-7885471380641529621?l=www.aftercancernowwhat.com’ alt=” //div
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