Many cancer treatments cause side effects. Cancer itself can cause symptoms that change a person's quality of life. The list below will guide you to resources and information about common treatment side effects, including what patients can do to manage them and when to call the doctor.
If you are concerned about a side effect or need medical advice, call your doctor's office during regular business hours, or call the hospital operator at 801-587-7000 during weekends or after business hours and ask to speak with the oncology fellow on call.
The G. Mitchell Morris Cancer Learning Center has hundreds of free brochures and over 3,000 books, DVDs, and CDs available for checkout. You can browse the library, perform Internet research, or talk with a cancer information specialist. Call 801-581-6365 or toll free 1-888-424-2100, visit the sixth floor of the cancer hospital, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Acute Care Clinic offers same-day services to current patients who are experiencing an acute symptom, side effect, or other condition. For more information, call 801-585-0100.