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NCCN guidelines

Marynb
Posts: 1134
Joined: Aug 2012

LaCh asked for the web address for NCCN . I think you need to sign up, but ypu can try this:

linkhttp://www.nccn.org/professionals/physician_gls/pdf/anal.pdf

LaCh
Posts: 558
Joined: Dec 2012

Yes, you have to enter name, address, phone I think, all of that and I didn't want to. I really just wanted to read their post treatment followup guidelines.

Marynb
Posts: 1134
Joined: Aug 2012

I understand. I don't know how to post that. I finally broke down and signed in. Maybe someone else can post it?

LaCh
Posts: 558
Joined: Dec 2012

just for the record, my reluctance has nothing to do with cancer or even this cancer but my feelings about privacy in general. I'm not on facebook, don't tweet and if anyone googled me there'd be no hits. it's about my views on privacy, not my views about cancer. I'm not real happy with the "let's reveal everything to everybody" mentality we seem to have embraced these days. that said, i'd still like to know the nccn post tx guidelines. i can't fathom any good reason why they need to know my name, address and phone number before they'll share that information. 

jcruz
Posts: 343
Joined: Jan 2013

I don't remember if I used my real name, etc. for registering at the NCCN site but I often make up fake name, address, etc.  when I have to fill out those online forms in order to access a website.  I also have a third email address that I use only for this type of thing.  Maybe you could try that for NCCN

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