Choosing a Physician and Surgeon to Treat Pancreatic Cancer
Questions to Ask When Choosing a Physician or Surgeon to Treat Pancreatic Cancer
The Pancreatic Cancer Action Network has put together a helpful guide that can help you ask questions of your health care team after a pancreatic cancer diagnosis.
Questions to ask about a doctor’s experience:
- Have you ever cared for other people with pancreatic cancer?
- How many people with pancreatic cancer do you care for each year?
- What have been the results for these people? Did they have a similar diagnosis?
- Do you work with a multidisciplinary team? Who are they and what are their specialties?
For answers to these questions and others regarding choosing a physician to treat pancreatic cancer, download a printer friendly pdf version of Questions to Ask Your Healthcare Team from the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network.
Contact the Pancreatic Cancer Program at Methodist Dallas
For more information about pancreatic cancer treatment options and pancreatic cancer resources at Methodist Dallas Medical Center, call at 214-933-6601.
Information contained on these pages has been gathered from independent sources and is for informational use only. It is not intended to be a substitute for medical advice and information provided by your health care provider. Any decision you make regarding your health care options should be made after consulting a qualified physician.
American Cancer Society
Pancreatic Cancer Action Network
Staywell Health Library
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