Cancer Support | Scott Bearman, M.D. | Colorado Blood Cancer Institute

Cancer Support | Scott Bearman, M.D. | Colorado Blood Cancer Institute


– Somebody comes to me for
treatment or a transplant, I mean, you have to feel comfortable with the person you’re seeing. If you don’t have a connection
with that physician, you probably ought to see somebody else. You need to feel comfortable
with that person. You need to be treated in a place where you have a lot of support, because it’s a difficult process and it’s not just a process
that the patient goes through. It’s a process the patient’s
whole family goes through. So if somebody where to need
a transplant, for example. And they’re here in Denver alone. Their family is back in New York. They have no family support here. It might be a good idea for them to go where they have that support
because they’re gonna need it. Family can come stay with somebody here, but sometimes it’s easier to
go where you have the support. And really, that’s the key thing is to feel comfortable with the
people that are treating you and to be in a place where you have the support that you need.