This section is devoted to providing you with tools and information you can use to manage your care and get more information.
Resources from CURE Magazine
CURE Magazine and its companion website, www.curetoday.com, offer a depth of science, blended with stories of real people affected by cancer. Both are free to cancer patients, survivors and caregivers. Learn more.
Care Management Tools
A big part of managing your cancer care is organizing all the information you receive and need to provide. We’ve created downloadable tools to help keep track of it.
Questions to Ask Your Doctor
Cancer can be overwhelming. Prepare for your doctor’s appointments by writing down your questions ahead of time. Our downloadable lists of questions to ask are easy to print and take along, and can help you get the answers you need to make the best choices for your care.
Find a Physician
Our Find a Physician tool makes it easy to search for a doctor in The US Oncology Network in your area.
Find a Clinical Trial
At any given time, The US Oncology Network is conducting over 90 open clinical trials. Use our Find a Clinical Trial tool to search for those that might apply to you.
We’ve created a group of videos to provide useful information about cancer and about our services. Check out our video section.
While your best source of information about your cancer is your healthcare team, the Internet can be a valuable resource to supplement your knowledge. We’ve compiled lists of websites we recommend as good places to get more details.
Glossary of Cancer Terms
Having cancer involves learning lots of new words, like biopsy and hemoglobin and neoplasm. Check the Glossary of Cancer Terms to find out what it all means.