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LGBT Cancer — Survivor Tips — Tip 2

By on Wednesday, May 28th, 2008

No. 2: Seek and know the truth about your illness, and prognosis.
If you don’t have the facts, and don’t know the truth, you won’t make good
decisions. It takes courage to ask questions about statistics and your
prognosis.
One of ten tips from Hamilton Jordan, the former White House chief of staff for President Jimmy Carter, a well-known force in the health community. During the past 24 years he battled four different forms of cancer and urged cancer patients to empower themselves with information.

Categories : LGBT Cancer, Prevention

Comments

  1. Kelly says:

    I think the best thing to do for the patiant and family is learn as much as you can. When faced with cancer it is not something you want to deal with stumbling through the dark.

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