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Supporting patientsA helping hand for cancer patients and their primary care providers
Once active treatment is complete, it is appropriate for followup care to be transferred to a patient’s family doctor or primary care provider, however this transition can be challenging for both patients and providers. New supports being put in place by Cancer Care Nova Scotia are helping to make the shift from specialist to primary care provider more seamless and effective.

That project, now in the start-up phase, is called CRISP, which stands for Colorectal Cancer Implementing Survivorship Care Plans. It is intended to help empower both patients and health professionals.

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