Small Intestine Cancer FAQs
If you’ve recently received a small intestine cancer diagnosis, you likely have many questions about your condition and what steps to take next. As a cancer center offering comprehensive treatment and supportive care services, Moffitt Cancer Center is here for you. We understand that there are complex emotions that go along with a cancer diagnosis and that information can be a powerful tool in helping you overcome any fear or confusion.
To help you get started learning about small intestine cancer, you may find it useful to browse the article below:
- Three Things to Know Before Small Intestine Cancer Surgery
- What Are the Side Effects of Small Intestine Cancer Treatment?
- What Are The Risks of Small Intestine Cancer Surgery?
In addition to gathering information online, consulting with a physician is recommended so you can receive individualized advice about your condition and the treatment options that are most suitable for you. At Moffitt, we take a collaborative approach to cancer treatment, and the multispecialty experts in our Gastrointestinal Oncology Program work together as a tumor board to ensure our patients receive individualized treatment plans and the best possible care.
To learn more about receiving small intestine cancer treatment at Moffitt, call 1-888-663-3488 or fill out a new patient registration form online. No referral is necessary to schedule an appointment.