Choosing the Right Cancer Care Team for You

When you or a loved one is diagnosed with cancer, there’s an important decision to make: Who are you putting on your team?

When choosing Rocky Mountain Cancer Centers (RMCC) you have access to an entire team of doctors, nurses, and cancer treatment professionals who will fight alongside you, providing the personalized treatment and compassionate care you deserve.

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For more than 30 years, Rocky Mountain Cancer Centers has delivered world-class care to patients across the Colorado Front Range. Because we focus solely on providing state-of-the-art treatment for cancer and diseases of the blood, we’re able to bring deep experience and expertise to every personalized treatment plan. 

When you put Rocky Mountain Cancer Centers on your team, you can have absolute confidence that you’re getting the best care possible.

What to Expect Next After a Diagnosis

If you’ve been diagnosed with one of these cancers, it’s important to understand the staging process, treatments, and other factors that impact the cancer treatment process.

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Preparing for Your First Appointment

We know and understand how stressful a cancer diagnosis can be – and we believe you shouldn’t have to wait to begin the treatment process. Our oncologists can often see you within 24 to 72 hours of your call to the clinic.

Just like studying for a test, being prepared for your first oncology appointment can help you focus on the most important details of your visit with the specialist. What can you do to help make the first appointment a smoother experience?

Helpful Articles for Cancer Patients, Caregivers, and Survivors

We offer blog articles that help address various aspects of a cancer diagnosis, living with cancer, and survivorship.

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Supportive Care: Going Beyond Cancer Treatment

RMCC offers help to patients through our Supportive Care team of licensed, oncology-trained clinical social workers. They can assist with the mental and emotional needs of patients and their loved ones.

The supportive care team at RMCC offers help to patients and their families who need assistance coping with challenges such as:

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The stress and anxiety of a cancer diagnosis

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Body image changes

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Fertility challenges related to cancer treatments

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Helping your children and family understand your cancer diagnosis

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Finding practical and financial resources

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Dealing with the impact of cancer on your work

 

Support Groups

Support is often more than talking about how you feel… although that’s a great option to help many people cope with their diagnosis and the treatment process. They are also a great way to help relax your mind, ease stress, and even find ways to eat healthier!

Here are some support groups for patients and caregivers you may find helpful.

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Recipes for Patient-Friendly Foods

It can be hard to eat when going through cancer treatment. Here are some recipe ideas for healthy meals and treats that cancer patients may find appealing!

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A Guide to Cancer Terms

Cancer comes with a language all of its own. We want every cancer patient or family to make informed decisions about their treatment; therefore, it's important to understand the common cancer terms and phrases.

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Rocky Mountain Cancer Centers provides care for cancer patients throughout Colorado including Denver, Aurora, Colorado Springs, Steamboat Springs, Canon City, Castle Rock, Boulder, Centennial, Englewood, Littleton, Longmont, Lone Tree, La Junta, Lakewood, Louisville, Thornton, and Pueblo.