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  1. Surgery

    as expected. Your care team also will decide on the best treatment plan for you after surgery- is chemotherapy ... under anesthesia, your surgeon will remove the cancer. Healthy tissue around the tumor also may be taken ... if the cancer has spread. Knowing if the nearby tissue contains cancer will help guide your medical team's ...

  2. Heart failure treatment

    to daily activities and enjoy improved energy levels. Through careful lifestyle modification and medical ... and prescribed activity level. Medications: You should follow a prescribed treatment regimen — the key ... if a patient's ejection fraction is less than 35 percent. Surgical Heart Failure Treatment Options: When ...

  3. Colorectal cancer FAQs

    of cancer. Your doctor will discuss the treatment options available to you, which may include surgery, ... cancer, the treatment typically is chemotherapy and radiation (for earlier stages), followed by surgery. ... colonoscopy is an HonorHealth service that enables healthy, age-appropriate patients who have ...

  4. Types of cancer radiation treatment

    brachytherapy as a treatment option for patients with sarcoma or breast, cervical, endometrial or lung cancer ... through the HonorHealth Virginia G. Piper Cancer Care Network: Brachytherapy It involves placing radiation ... in surrounding healthy tissue. Shorter total treatment times. Minimal side effects. Brachytherapy for breast ...

  5. Fertility Services

    emotions. HonorHealth is happy to offer you one more: hope. Our caring Fertility Services staff is dedicated ... with fertility centers that provide a full range of state-of-the-art services for the diagnosis and treatment ... of the treatments that help fight cancer also may affect your ability to have children — whether you're a woman ...

  6. HonorHealth Medical Group

    Specialty care In addition to primary care services, HonorHealth Medical Group encompasses specialty ... Find Care MyChart Pay your bill Urgent care If you need medical care quickly ... for a non-life-threatening illness or injury, see one of our HonorHealth Medical Group immediate care centers. See locations ...

  7. You just learned you have cancer. What's next?

    a range of emotions, planning treatment and determining what kind of support they need from their medical ... when it comes to establishing your cancer care team and don't do it alone. "Patients need ... and the American Cancer Society. Be proactive in your care. "That means they need to have some basic ...

  8. Cancer treatment locations

    When you want the best cancer care, you want it from the right doctors at a location close to you. ... You'll find that at the HonorHealth Virginia G. Piper Cancer Care Network, with locations Valleywide. ... From care inside HonorHealth's five hospitals or at the HonorHealth Virginia G. Piper Cancer ...

  9. Nutrition during cancer treatments

    If you're going through cancer treatments, you may find that you've lost your appetite ... Taylor, registered dietitian with HonorHealth's Virginia G. Piper Cancer Care Network says, ... "Consider food as part of the overall cancer treatment and survivorship plan." She offers some smart ...

  10. Vaginal delivery: What to expect now that you're home

    of ups and downs, but lots of joy as well. Follow-up care is a key part of your treatment and safety. ... of harming yourself, your baby or another person. Call your doctor now or seek immediate medical care if: You ... In these first weeks after delivery, try to take good care of yourself. It may take four to six weeks to feel ...