Get well informed

At PharmaMar, we seek to empower that person at the center of our universe, as well as their families and friends, their caregivers, their healthcare teams, with information that can assist them in making the most informed, and most personally appropriate decisions.

What is cancer?

What is cancer?

We are here for You.

"You are not contagious. Touch, hug, kiss, wrap and let yourself be surrounded if you are a patient or a family member or friend."
Jose Antonio Lopez-Vilarino de Ramos, Thoracic Oncologist

We are here for You.

Finding answers doesn’t have to be hard.

Resources for you, your family, your caregivers, your friends include these:

Understanding your diagnosis

From the American Cancer Society, packed with helpful information including a user friendly glossary of terms. There are sections dedicated to understanding your cancer diagnosis, for caregivers and family, discussing treatments and side effects.

Find resources: cancer.org

Types of cancer

ESMO’s (European Society of Medical Oncology) Guides for Patients in multiple languages, sorted by the cancer in question, are designed to assist patients, their relatives and caregivers to better understand the nature of different types of cancer and evaluate the best available treatment choices.

Find resources: esmo.org

Different Treatments

PATIENT is a British site aiming to empower everyone to take charge of their health. Helpful information on all cancers individually, support for patient and caregiver, description of potential treatments and medicines as well offering a newsletter and support forum for both patients as well as family and caregivers.

Find resources: patient.info

Oncologist-approved information

Cancer.net is the ASCO (American Society of Clinical Oncology) patient information website. It can provide you with timely, oncologist-approved information to help patients and families make informed health care decisions which has been extensively reviewed by professionals.

Find resources: cancer.net

Improve your wellbeing

Living with and after a serious disease comes with fear, anger, anxiety and uncertainty. It’s important to treat the holistic you; your physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health.

Support Groups

Get in touch with online and local support groups to find emotional support

Wellness

Care for your mind and body with recommended compatible activities

Caregivers & Family

Find resources to better understand and care for your close ones, and yourself

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We and our partners outside of Europe can help provide you and your team of healthcare professionals with appropriate information on our commercially available products in your location.

Ask the right questions

A guide to communicate effectively with the medical team.

This is an illustrative list of questions one may ask a healthcare professional. It is not exhaustive, nor does it constitute medical advice. You should ask the questions that are appropriate for your situation.

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