Every treatment plan includes at least one complimentary follow-up visit. Timed approximately three months after your date of discharge, this visit allows us to evaluate your progress and make any necessary adjustments to your continued treatment plan. Even if you are doing well, we recommend taking advantage of this opportunity. Please note that you will be responsible for requesting your follow-up, as well as for travel and lodging costs (details will be provided in your discharge interview). We have limited availability, so please communicate your intended trip dates with us well ahead of time.
In the event that you run out of treatment supplies that we are not allowed to ship, you will need to visit us in Mexico to replenish. Please contact us at least one month in advance to ensure that we have sufficient time to fill your prescription and prepare for your visit.
Depending on your prognosis, we may recommend that you come back to Hope4Cancer for more extensive treatment. If you are considering extended treatment, please contact your Patient Counselor in our Admissions Team for further instructions.
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