Hospital offers hope during breast cancer month
HINSDALE – You’re going on a trip you didn’t plan for. You didn’t ask to go, you didn’t want to go.
That trip is the long journey from cancer diagnosis to treatment and one of the analogies Jeannine Arias used when it came to navigating cancer, particularly breast cancer. But she said there is hope and always people there to help along the way.
“For example, when a patient’s going through surgery, especially breast surgery, it’s very emotional,” said Arias, associate clinical director of oncology and navigation services at Adventist Hinsdale Hospital. “The navigator is helping them get through that along with the physician, always with the physician. We’re just there for extra support and education.”
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