National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) Patient Guidelines

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The National Comprehensive Cancer Network® is a group of leading cancer centers focused on improving cancer care for patients. The organization creates guidelines aimed to help healthcare professionals (HCPs) deliver the best, most up-to-date, treatment practices to their cancer patients.

The NCCN has created a patient version of these guidelines to help patients talk to their HCPs about the best treatment options for their disease. These materials include questions to ask your HCPs, patient-friendly illustrations and glossaries of terms and acronyms.

The guidelines contain a lot of important information. Contact Patient Central if you have questions or need help understanding any of the information provided in the guidelines.

NCCN Patient & Caregiver Resources
Discover cancer-specific resources customized for patients and caregivers.

NCCN Pancreatic Cancer Guidelines
Learn about treatment guidelines for patients with pancreatic cancer.

NCCN Neuroendocrine Tumors (NET) Guidelines
Read about guidelines for NET tumors, including specific information for NET tumors of the pancreas, also known as PNETs (pancreatic neuroendocrine tumors).

NCCN Supportive Care Guidelines
See the two supportive care guidelines on the topics of managing the emotional aspects of the disease (also known as distress), as well as nausea and vomiting.

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