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Why Choose Choice Cancer Care?

Choice Cancer Care has many locations in Texas, where physician-owned and operated facilities treat cancer in all its various forms, giving confidence and courage to anyone suffering from cancer. The physicians at Choice Cancer are all very experienced and specialists in their fields, and this allows them to create individual practice plans that are tailored to you, your needs, and your specific situation.

Choice Cancer Care is qualified by various programs, such as the QOPI Certification program. Choice Cancer has a reputation for offering patient-centered oncology care, and also for using brachytherapy, a prostate cancer treatment that has few long-lasting side effects and a very high success rate.

What You Get When You Go In

 Your form of cancer is recognized as one of many forms, with various methods for treatments depending on the location and severity of your cancer.

 Depending on several factors you could get several treatments and screening options, because the earlier you diagnose cancer the better your chances of being cured.

 Cancer screenings are offered only after the necessity of a cancer screening is proven. The doctors look at age, medical history, health, and genetics to determine if you are susceptible to one form of cancer over another, as well as discuss with you the benefits and risks of having one or multiple scans and the effects they will have on your health.

Getting a Second Opinion

Choice Cancer Care also encourages patients to seek out other physicians or use them for a second opinion. They recognize that all patients have the complete freedom to choose the treatments, doctors, and scheduling that works for them, to find the option that will make them the most comfortable and will give them the best results in their struggle against and the treatment of their cancer.

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