Videos to help you learn about cancer care and the health care team
Many people search online for information about cancer and its treatment, especially after receiving a diagnosis. However, finding trustworthy cancer information can be challenging. In this video, Dr. Eleonora Teplinsky discusses what people should know when searching for cancer information, including what to consider when evaluating information and where to find reliable resources.
When reading cancer information online, it may be difficult to tell whether that information is accurate and reliable. Some misinformation, which is false or inaccurate information, may target people with cancer, which could lead to a delay or disruption in treatment. In this video, Dr. Eleonora Teplinsky discusses what people with cancer should know about identifying cancer misinformation online, including red flags to look out for and how to tell if information is trustworthy.
A survivorship care plan is a record of a person’s cancer treatment and recommended follow-up care after treatment ends. This type of document plays an important role in the ongoing care of cancer survivors. In this video, Dr. Jyoti Patel and cancer survivor and patient advocate Samantha Watson discuss what cancer survivors should know about survivorship care plans, such as what a plan includes, how they benefit survivors, and how you can download survivorship care plans at Cancer.Net and Cancer.org.
There are several types of bladder cancer, and treatment depends on where the cancer began and the stage of disease. In this video, Dr. Petros Grivas and Dr. Jonathan Wright discuss what people diagnosed with bladder cancer should know, including questions to ask their doctor, current treatment options, and the latest research in bladder cancer.
Treatment of kidney cancer depends on the type of cancer, the type of kidney cancer cells involved, the stage of disease, and other factors. In this video, Dr. Sumanta Pal discusses the basics of kidney cancer staging and treatment options, including the key role of clinical trials and the importance of a multidisciplinary care.
Melanoma occurs when cells called melanocytes begin to change and grow out of control, and it can form anywhere on the body. In this video, Dr. Ryan Sullivan discusses the stages of melanoma and explains treatment options.
A neuroendocrine tumor (NET) is a cancerous tumor that begins in the specialized cells of the body’s neuroendocrine system. These cells have traits of both hormone-producing endocrine cells and nerve cells. In this video, Dr. Pamela Kunz explains the basics of NETs, including staging, grading, and treatment options.
Not all types of cancer can be prevented. However, research shows that lifestyle factors such as nutritional choices, regular exercise, and reducing stress can lower a person’s risk of developing certain types of cancer. Medical oncologist Dr. Mark A. O’Rourke discusses why these factors are important in lowering cancer risk.
Medical oncologist Dr. Ezra Cohen defines human papillomavirus (HPV), outlines its link to different types of cancer, and discusses the HPV vaccine and how it prevents HPV-related cancers.
Multiple myeloma is a blood cancer of cells found in bone marrow that affects the immune system. Medical oncologist-hematologist Paul Richardson, MD, and patient advocate Cynthia Chmielewski explain how multiple myeloma develops, discuss the treatment options available, and offer insight into what to consider when making treatment decisions.