Topic 4: Radiation Therapy
When you see patients who have completed treatment for colon or rectal cancer and do not have active disease, how important is it for you to know:
Not ImportantSomewhat ImportantVery ImportantUndecided
57. … whether the patient had radiation therapy
58. … the date radiation therapy was completed
59. … the location where radiation was administered
60. … the dose of radiation
61. … the contact information for the doctor who administered radiation therapy
62. … the possible long-term risks and complications from radiation therapy
63. … the reason for terminating radiation therapy
64. … whether there were problems with radiation therapy
When you see patients who have completed treatment for colon or rectal cancer and do not have active disease, how much information do you typically have about:
Not EnoughJust the Right AmountToo MuchIt Varies Too Much To Say
65. … whether the patient had radiation therapy
66. … the date radiation therapy was completed
67. … the location where radiation was administered
68. … the dose of radiation
69. … the contact information for the doctor who administered radiation therapy
70. … the possible long-term risks and complications from radiation therapy
71. … the reason for terminating radiation therapy
72. … whether there were problems with radiation therapy