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    How to find the best hospital?
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    An_242839 posted:
    How do you find the very best hospital for treatment of a specific cancer. Is there a place where the hospital's survival rates and statistics are published rather than the hospital's own marketing information?

    I'm sure there are some great hospitals that are better at one thing than the other but how do you find them?

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    worn1 responded:
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    The best way is to find a support group where you live.
    I did find the following which I think can help you.
    http://www.cureourchildren.org

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    Haylen_WebMD_Staff replied to worn1's response:
    WebMD has a physicians directory that might be of some assistance:

    WebMD Physician's Directory

    Good suggestion from worn1 too - you might want to check with the American Cancer Society or the American Association for Cancer Research for resources.

    I hope you find the right doctor and facility ASAP!

    Haylen


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