Helping cancer patients track treatment

El Camino introduces 'Navigator' guides to help battle disease

Cancer comes in many forms, and the right treatment for one cancer patient may not be the best course for another, said Hatti Hamlin of El Camino Hospital. "It may be the most complex disease that one can be engaged with," she said.

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Posted by Dr. Rock
a resident of Cuernavaca
on Jun 6, 2011 at 12:53 pm

This is fantastic. Stanford/PAMF have had this sort of thing in place for a number of yrs now and it works very well. Its a very helpful reassuring program. Great news ECH has one now as well.

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