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10 things you can do to take charge of your medical care
Resources for the Engaged PatientPatient Education Resource Center at U-M Comprehensive Cancer Center
The web is teeming with resources for patients who would like to take control of their health care. A good place to start your research is with the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center's Patient Education Center. Our librarian, Alexandra Sarkozy, can help you find the right information for you. Also, visit the PERC to receive a Patient Tool Kit to help you stay organized.
Listen to a leader in the engaged patient movement. When Dave deBronkart learned he had a rare and terminal cancer, he turned to fellow patients online to get the information he needed. Find out why he thinks engaged patients are the key to improving health care-for individual patients as well as the nation.
ConnectAssociation of Cancer Online Resources (ACOR)
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