At your first appointment, you will meet with your medical oncologist or haematologist who will talk you through your diagnosis and treatment plan, and address any questions you may have. One of our experienced nurses will take some time to discuss possible treatment side effects and how to manage them.
We understand that your family are an important part of your support network and we encourage you to bring a support person with you when you visit our centre.
It is important to ask questions that will help you gain a good understanding of your diagnosis. Having a loved one with you can help. They can be there for support and can also ask any questions you may not think of. It’s normal to feel some anxiety at this time, and we are here to help you and your family work through this.