Can you imagine, as a radiation oncologist, you have to shelter your patients in a Co-60 vault to protect them from missiles, provide them with water by melting snow, feed them, keep them warm by using a backup power generator, and evacuate them just two hours before the missile destroys the radiation oncology department?
Research shows that cancer patients who receive navigation have improved survival, access to advanced care like clinical trials, and services like genetic testing and palliative care. Navigation often results in increased screening and patients receiving treatment sooner, resulting in improved quality of life and more cancer-free days.
The scene opens with a group of four musicians sitting on couches around a table in a studio. One of them is strumming aimlessly on his guitar, trying out various chords in sequences. Some of it sounds okay, even pleasant; other parts don’t work and are discarded.