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Every new patient I meet, along with their families and loved ones, is encouraged to be an active participant in the plan of care and subsequent recovery. While being diagnosed with cancer often leads one to feel as though they have "lost control," people need to be empowered to regain that sense of control and a positive outlook going forward. Through open communication and education, that becomes more tangible.