Treatment Decisions

Learn about the different options available for cancer treatment, and find tips, tools, and resources to help you make your treatment decisions.

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Review Your Options

As you start to learn about possible treatments, you will be asked to make decisions. Work with your healthcare team to understand the options and think about what is important to you.

What are my treatment options?

Get an overview of the different cancer treatments to consider.

What is precision medicine?

Discover how this personalized approach helps doctors find the right treatment for each patient.

What are biosimilars?

Find out how biosimilars work and how they are used to treat certain types of cancer.

Is immunotherapy an option?

Become familiar with immunotherapy and determine if it is right for you.

Is CAR T cell therapy right for me?

Learn about this immunotherapy treatment and the cancers it is currently approved to treat.

What is bispecific antibody immunotherapy?

Discover how this treatment helps the immune system fight cancer.

Gain Control of the Decision Process

When you are diagnosed with cancer or are facing a recurrence, it is natural to feel lost in the process. But this is actually a very important time to think about who you are and what your goals are in life.

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Cancer Treatment Guidelines

Guidelines are recommendations for “best practices” in cancer care. Your doctor may be using a Cancer Treatment Guideline to decide what your treatment options should be. Learn more about Treatment Guidelines, how they are developed, and how they…

Where do I start?

Get tips and action steps to help you manage the treatment decision-making process.

What are potential side effects?

Learn about adverse reactions that may occur with different cancer treatments.

Which treatment is right for me?

Get free decision support counseling to determine the right treatment for you.

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What is measurable residual disease?

One important method doctors use to monitor blood cancer is checking for measurable residual disease (MRD). Learn when this testing is recommended and other answers to common questions about MRD.

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