Cancer Treatment Options

This list, prepared by Carmella Rose Health Foundation, is intended to empower you with educational resources about cancer treatment options.

Please note: This list may not be comprehensive; sites and URLs are subject to change. The information from these sites should not replace the medical advice from your health care provider. Please contact your provider for advice about your specific medical condition.


Chemotherapy


Guide to Cancer Drugs, American Cancer Society

Chemotherapy information, American Cancer Society

Managing Side Effects, Chemo Ready.ca


Clinical Trials

Cancer Clinical Trials, Coalition of Cancer Cooperative Groups

Understanding Clinical Trials, Clinical Trials.gov

Clinical Trials, American Cancer Society


Medications


Biopharmaceuticals, Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA)

Cancer Liaison Program, Food and Drug Administration

Guide to Cancer Drugs, American Cancer Society

Immunotherapy Information, American Cancer Society

Talk about Rx – promoting safe, appropriate use of medicines through enhanced communication

Targeted therapy information, American Cancer Society


Pain Management


Radiation Therapy

Radiation therapy information, American Cancer Society

Radiation therapy information, Medline Plus


Surgery

Surgery treatment information, American Cancer Society

Comfort Care, End of Life

Nearing the End of Life, American Cancer Society

Hospice Education Institute
Provides information and education about the many facets of caring for the dying and the bereaved. 800-331-1620

Partnership for Caring Advocacy for end-of-life issues. 800-989-9455

Crossroads Hospice – Hudson, OH. 330-342-3328

Home Instead Senior Care – Oakwood Village, OH. 866-996-1087

Hospice of the Western Reserve – Cleveland, OH. 800-707-8922

Hospice Services of Southwest General – Strongsville, OH. 440-816-5000

Malachi House – Cleveland, OH. 216-621-8831
Malachi House, created out of a Christian sense of ministry, serves persons who are terminally ill, without cost or regard to gender, race, religion or national origin. The home ministers to individuals in need of an available caregiver, who have limited or no financial resources and are in need of special home care. Trained staff and volunteers provide spiritual, emotional and physical support with the assistance of a hospice team.