American Cancer Society addressing inequities in care with new multichannel navigation support program

Nearly 2 million people are expected to be diagnosed with cancer this year and many of them will perceive the health care system as being so complex, they won’t know how to begin their treatment journey.

Much like a Sherpa is needed to help an inexperienced climber hike a mountain for the first time, cancer patients can benefit by having access to others with cancer treatment experience and knowledge who can help them understand their cancer treatment and be engaged in care decisions.

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