Care New England offers a full continuum of expertise for people in the community with cancer - from cutting-edge treatments and nationally-renowned physicians to home care and staff to help monitor the individual patient’s nutritional intake and mental health. We are sharing that expertise in CNE Talks Health.
Research shows that if receiving a diagnosis of cancer results in clinical depression or anxiety or significantly impacts a person's mental health, it can negatively impact health outcomes and the quality of patients' lives during treatment. » vist site
In 2010, the total number of new cancers diagnosed at Kent Hospital was 528; men 212 and women 316. National estimates for 2010 new cases were 1,529,560 new cases, of which 789,620 were men and 739,940 were women. In this CNE Health Talks campaign we are focusing on men's cancer with an emphasis on radiation therapy. » vist site
The Program in Women's Oncology serves as a resource to physicians and patients for the diagnosis and treatment of medical and surgical oncology and gynecological oncology occurring in women. Our Breast Health Center also provides a source of expertise and experience in a broad range of breast health issues. » vist BHC » visit Women's Oncology
The role VNA of Care New England plays in your continuum of cancer care is tailored specifically for you. We work closely with your physicians, therapists and other providers from Rhode Island healthcare facilities and beyond to ensure that all of your needs are met. You can feel confident knowing that expert cancer care expands into your home. » vist site
Recommendations about food and eating for cancer patients can be very different from the usual suggestions for healthy eating. This can be confusing for many patients because these new suggestions may seem to be the opposite of what they've always heard. » vist site