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  • New Cancer Diagnosis and Appointment Questions

    Newly diagnosed with cancer and appointments upcoming? Complete the FREE Download below and take with you. Here's another secret - go with questions ready to ask and write down the answers (FREE sample questions below).  Use our cancer journal and guides HERE). It is ok if you do not know what some of the words mean - the cancer team will explain them to you. Do you still have questions after your appointments? Join our regular LIVE Q&A Webinars 

  • VIDEO: Cancer Survivors and Caregivers Follow-up Guide

    Sometimes, the most difficult part of a cancer diagnosis, is AFTER the treatments are done. Most patient's tell us they feel scared, abandoned and have a lot of uncertainties about what to do, or expect next. Join Dr. Williams in this previously recorded Webinar/Conversation about the Survivors Blue Print Follow-up Guide. Still have questions after watching the FREE Video. Join Dr. Williams to ask more specific questions during our LIVE Q&A Webinars

     

    (See Videos for Breast Self Exam for All Including Breast Cancer Survivor below the video)

  • New Cancer Diagnosis?

    You will notice that for every appointment, nurses at each doctors' office will ask you the same questions, over and over again. Print this PDF, fill out and bring to your appointments. They will be grateful AND you will likely have less time with the nurses AND more time with the cancer team! Click to Download

  • Appointment Questions

    These are sample questions for appointment with your cancer team.  These sample questions were taken from the cancer journal and guide on Amazon. Check your email to confirm subscription, print attached file, or purchase the book for conversation starter with your cancer team

    "I HAVE COMPLETED TREATMENT, BUT I AM FEELING MORE LOST AND SCARED THEN EVER! I HAVE SO MANY QUESTIONS. WHAT IS NEXT? WHAT SHOULD I BE EXPECTING?  HOW DO I KNOW IF I'M ASKING THE CORRECT QUESTIONS? I WISH THERE WERE GUIDELINES AVAILABLE..."

     

    There are follow-up guidelines. Get your pen and paper ready and write some of these questions down to engage with your cancer care team. Enjoy this FREE conversational previously recorded Webinar and use the information to advocate for yourself! Still have questions? Join Dr. Williams personally on upcoming Q&A Webinars for Survivors and Caregivers...Click Arrow Below To Watch~ 

    Breast Self Exam Are Important For Every Woman This Includes Breast Cancer Survivors Too! 

    Watch These FREE Videos


    • Breast Self Exam For Woman Of All Ages  

      Over 70% of women will admit they do not regularly perform breast self exam. More than 80% are uncertain of the correct way to do the exam. Mammograms are important, but so is your self exam.  

    • Survivors Breast or Chest Wall Exam Is Important

      Many breast cancer survivors rely on the mammogram after lumpectomy for exam, and many who had mastectomy admit to not doing anything at all. Learn what you can do after treatment

    "TEACHING! It's My Greatest Joy & Passion."  

    LTC (Ret) CM Williams, M.D.,

    Advocate, Educator & Author

    Join Our Woman-to-Woman Cancer Survivor Forum  Today


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