Cancer Patient Navigators are oncology nurses who work with you and your family and your cancer care team throughout your treatment and follow up care. This pamphlet explains how a cancer patient navigator can help and how to contact a Cancer Patient Navigator.
This pamphlet explains what to do if you have new symptoms or if your symptoms get worse while you are being investigated for lung cancer.
This pamphlet has information about the possible side effects while being treated with immune checkpoint inhibitors, a type of immunotherapy.
If you are a resident of Nova Scotia, are receiving outpatient treatment at the QEII Cancer Care Program and live more than 50 kms one way from the hospital, accommodations will be provided for you and a support person. This pamphlet lists locations that are part of the Accommodations Program.
This pamphlet lists ideas for physical activity, the benefits, and how to exercise safely, for people who living outside the Halifax Regional Municipality.
This pamphlet lists ideas for physical activity, the benefits, and how to exercise safely for people living within the Halifax Regional Municipality.
This pamphlet outlines benefits of physical activity, when in your treatment to start being more physically active, and types of activities to consider. It includes suggestions for different levels of exercise, different tools that can be used, and programs provided by the hospital.
This pamphlet explains what to expect before you start head and neck radiation treatments. It lists the members of your health care team, what to expect at your markings appointment, and frequently asked questions.