It’s an enormous opportunity – providing cancer patients with a universal process that helps reduce the stress of the treatment cycle while also purposefully improving patient communication with the care team. It’s a win for patients AND their care teams.
The good news is, you can learn how to coach yourself through this incredibly tough time…that’s exactly what I did!
After 2 surgeries, 15 days of inpatient chemotherapy, and 15 rounds of radiation treatment – among other complications and procedures – I was able to recover from my T Cell Lymphoma.
I also learned A LOT along the way about how to navigate the mental and physical challenges of treatment and beyond.
So today, I’m proud and honored to introduce you to the system every patient needs and every healthcare professional should – in my opinion — follow as well. The one I wrote myself…
I have spent the better part of my adult life in leadership and operations roles at companies both big and small.
All those years made me highly observant; something that allowed me to notice many things during my cancer diagnosis and treatment.
One of those things I noticed was an opportunity to massively improve how we help patients cope with their cancer treatment.
I’ve also included all the examples, stories, tools, and ideas I believe will serve you as you walk the path through treatment, recovery, and beyond. The included blogs from all of my inpatient experiences give first hand insight into the everyday sources of frustration for patients, with some humor added.
If you’ve been diagnosed with cancer, I know just how tough it can be, but we can make it easier.
You have more strength inside than you realize and more support from your family and friends than you could believe right now. And with the right process, you’ll put yourself in the best position to become a cancer survivor while minimizing the stress of treatment.