Caregivers from A-1 Home Care Provide Cancer Care in Brentwood

Cancer is defined as an abnormal growth of cell tissue in any region of the body.  This growth can be either benign or malignant, meaning that the unregulated cell division can stay in one region (benign) or spread to other parts of the body (malignant), interfering with the function of organs.  Oncologists generally treat cancer patients by surgically removing the tumor and following up with chemotherapy to sustain, extend and improve the quality of life for the cancer patient.

During and after treatment, the individual suffering from cancer may experience a wide range of side effects and emotional ups and downs.  Consequently, he may not stick to the doctor’s orders and will need assistance from a loved one or a caregiver to stay on track with cancer treatment.  Dealing with the repercussions of cancer would be difficult for any untrained family member, and even if they are trained, the chances are that they are also trying to manage their own lives on top of helping their loved ones through these trying times.

A-1 Home Care provides essential oncology in-home care in the cities of Brentwood, Beverly Hills and surrounding cities.  Our trained and experienced caregivers are knowledgeable about oncology care and provide emotional support, transportation to appointments and assistance in daily tasks so that the families of cancer care patients can feel at ease. They are also familiar with Elder Care for seniors and 24 Hour Care, as well as other facets of care including Live In Care and more!

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For more information about affordable in-home health care, call (310) 657-8780 or (562) 929 8400. Visit our website Brentwood In Home Care!

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