Treatment modality affects cancer patient preferences. See if you know the nuances.

Insight #9 from the 2015 Cancer Patient Experience Survey

The type of treatment a patient receives can have a significant impact on the patient experience. For example, undergoing surgery is very different from receiving chemotherapy, radiation therapy, or a mix of all three. But how does treatment modality impact what matters to cancer patients—both when they’re choosing a provider and during their care?

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