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Facing a cancer diagnosis? Here’s why you should consider getting a second opinion.

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People in Kansas City and beyond have The University of Kansas Cancer Center in their backyard to help them navigate the best plan for treatment.

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Getting a second opinion for any medical diagnosis is important. However, after a cancer diagnosis, it’s essential to get a second opinion from a National Cancer Institute (NCI)-designated comprehensive cancer center.

Why? Diagnoses and treatment plans often change when patients seek a second opinion, and the center’s team of 150+ disease-specific cancer specialists ensures every patient receives the most personalized care.

Explore treatment options or call nurse navigation at (913) 588-1227 to make an appointment. Learn more.

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