While a person experiences a variety of emotions, when a person first learns that he/she has cancer or a blood disorder/disease, the primary concern is survival. As treatment begins, however, new issues become important. Some of these include relationships with others, side effects from treatments, and nutrition and diet. Living with cancer or a blood disease/disorder is challenging, and it is best to be educated about issues surrounding survival in order to live a full and productive life.
Below are links to websites containing information for people living with cancer or a blood disorder/disease. The content provided through these links is not the information of Virginia Cancer Specialists nor does the practice necessarily endorse such content. In addition, all content provided through these links is for information only and does not constitute medical advice. Please consult your physician before acting or relying upon such information.
INOVA Hospital Cancer Center
Most of our offices are affiliated with INOVA Hospitals and many of our physicians give educational semiars at their facilities.
To learn more about Life with Cancer’s Survivors Offering Support (SOS) program, click here.