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CAREpath™ Navigation System

Being diagnosed with cancer is traumatic and often patients feel confused and lonely, not knowing where to turn for help.

The CAREpath Navigation Program is designed to provide information, advice and support. After contacting CAREpath, an oncology nurse is assigned who will provide support and advice from diagnosis until treatment is complete or as long as necessary.  “Continuity of care” is a significant feature of the program, and having a dedicated nurse who will manage the case and communicate so that caregivers understand the information. 

How it works

Before Treatment Starts

  • Advice on where to start
  • Explanation of tests and results
  • Recommendations for additional testing if necessary
  • Questions to ask the oncologist
  • Explanation of treatment plans
  • Assistance with access to second opinions, tests, clinical trials if desired

During Treatment

  • Continuous ongoing expert advice and support
  • Recommendations to reduce effects of treatment

After Treatment

  • Advice regarding signs of potential recurrence of cancer
  • Advice on reducing risks of delayed complications of cancer treatment
  • Assessment of risk of developing a different cancer and advice on lifestyle changes to reduce both risk of cancer recurrence or of developing a different cancer.
  • Assessment of the risk of developing other chronic diseases such as heart disease, stroke, diabetes and osteoporosis and advice on reducing these risks

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