Getting a cancer diagnosis is frightening for the patient and their concerned family members. While cancer is still a leading cause of death, Cancer Treatment Centers of America is there to offer hope and current cancer information. One of the biggest detriments to someone beating the disease into remission is still the length of time that a cancer is present before an accurate diagnosis is made. CTCA is committed to getting current, accurate and informative cancer care details, treatment options, research advances and supportive measures out to the public. Recently, CTCA decided to join together with the long established medical information website of WebMD to hopefully reach even more patients through the medium of the Internet.
This move makes perfect sense for many reasons. More younger individuals get the majority of their news and other information by way of their computers or smart phones. This is typically where these people also look for answers to their medical questions. WebMD is able to take highly technical medical language from healthcare providers like Cancer Treatment Centers of America and format an article overview in easy language that anyone can read and understand. CTCA has provided this Internet website with many intriguing details on cancer topics.
— CTCA (@CancerCenter) January 23, 2018
Much of the medical information that ends up on the Internet can be grossly misguided and wrong. This inaccurate information concerns healthcare professionals on the front lines in cancer care. By putting out useful, up-to-date and highly accurate medical and cancer care information on a reliable website known for being trustworthy, Cancer Treatment Centers of America hopes to engage more individuals curious on cancer topics. CTCA knows firsthand how often newly diagnosed patients and worried family members and friends find out further details about cancer then the little that they currently know. Accurate medical articles on cancer related topics can spur more people to speak with a local family doctor.
It is important that those with cancer retain hope. Every day, healthcare providers that specialize in cancer learn new ways to fight this awful disease. There are always new clinical trials with new drugs and treatments going on. Also, research on cancer is also ongoing. New developments arise swiftly. Cancer treatment and understanding today is far better than the care of bygone decades. More cancer patients are living out their lives longer with newer treatments that are often less harsh. CTCA still leads the cancer education fight.