Waterloo Wellington Regional Cancer Program

Types of Cancer Appointments Resource

Waterloo Wellington Regional Cancer Program Ontario Health (Cancer Care Ontario)

Types of Cancer Appointments

Coming to the cancer centre for the first time might feel scary. It's normal to feel anxious or nervous before your first visit.

When you get here, know that there will be volunteers and staff ready to greet you and help you find your way. You can ask for help at any time.

This page contains some wonderful resources for cancer patients and caregivers on questions to ask, what to prepare and what to expect on the first appointment and more. Read on here

Do you feel down since receiving your cancer diagnosis?

Many people feel sad or down after being diagnosed with cancer, during and after treatment. It is perfectly normal to experience depression during your cancer journey. Know that help is available to you. To find out what resources are available to you and your family, please view Depression Services Guide - Community and Online Services. This document was put together by Waterloo Wellington Regional Cancer Program in association with Cancer Care Ontario.
In addition to these community resources, we offer Cancer Care Counselling.
Cancer and cancer treatment can affect your appetite (when you do not have a feeling of hunger or interest in food). You may also have questions about what you should eat.
Talk to your health care team about any trouble you have eating (e.g. upset stomach, trouble swallowing) or if it becomes harder to eat. 
A Registered Dietitian has training in food and nutrition. A Registered Dietitian will work with you to make a plan that fits your goals and lifestyle. 

Registered Dietitians have special training in many areas of health


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