Topic of the discussion
Posted on 4/18/19 3:26 AM
After your diagnosis was made, where did you go to find information about your condition? Was/Is your doctor your only source of information? Do you prefer patient forums? Certain medical / informational sites? Google?
Let's share our advice so that everyone has access to reliable information!
Have a good day,
Beginning of the discussion - 4/19/19Where did/do you find information about your condition? https://www.carenity.us/forum/other-discussions/good-to-know/where-diddo-you-find-information-about-your-condition-901
Posted on 4/19/19 2:24 AM
I was initially told that it was all in my head... so I like to say I started my own investigation using Google, Harvard health, and other people's stories of being told they were crazy or faking. My research also helped me find a doctor that really took my concerns as real and eventually diagnosed me with this condition.
Posted on 5/2/19 3:51 PM
I have multiple sources of information. I don't trust Drs at all and view them as a necessary evil. I get a lot of info from patient forums and by reading articles. Of course there certainly isn't any financial help available to cancer patients. I lost everything I had fighting this disease. All the foundations spend money on is research, there isn't any money for cancer patients, hell no! I lost everything we had in an apartment fire and my family and I are completely homeless. There are no resources whatsoever for people like me. The disease has even taken our dignity.
Posted on 7/24/21 6:18 PM
First, I got literature at my doctor's office and then I searched the internet.