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Cancer Patient Guides in Spanish

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Guides for Patients are designed to assist patients, their relatives and caregivers to better understand the nature of different types of cancer and evaluate the best available treatment choices.

Produced by ESMO these guides translate complex medical information into a language understandable to patients. The medical information is based on the ESMO Clinical Practice Guidelines, which are designed to guide medical oncologists in the diagnosis, follow-up and treatment in different cancer types and conditions.

Patient Guides can be downloaded or saved into your own library.

The Patient Guide on Cancer Care During the COVID-19 Pandemic is available in Spanish

Personalised medicine is the future of cancer medicine. In this guideproduced by ESMO, we provided an overview on governing principles, illustrating them through examples of personalised medicine approaches in several tumour types.

The Patient Guide on Personalised Medicine is available in Spanish.

Survivorship is a unique and ongoing experience, which is different for each person and those close to them. A key to survivorship is to regain, as far as possible, the important aspects of life before cancer, and to find new pathways to a satisfactory life going forward. The Patient Guide on Survivorship is created by ESMO and ECPC in collaboration with IPOS.

The Patient Guide on Survivorship is available in Spanish.

This patient guide contains information on side effects associated with modern immunotherapies, known as checkpoint inhibitors, how your oncology team will manage these symptoms, and a few strategies you can use yourself to minimise their effects.

Patient Guide on Immunotherapy-Related Side Effects and Their Management is available in Spanish.

Download the Cancer Patient Guides in Following Tumour Types in Spanish

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