If you have been recently diagnosed with a thymoma, your first thought might be something along the lines of, "So, now what?" A cancer diagnosis often comes with complex emotions and many unanswered questions about your condition, the treatment options that are available to you and what your life will look like as you undergo treatment.
Many thymoma patients have discovered that one way to deal with their emotions is to educate themselves on their cancer. At Moffitt Cancer Center, we are not only committed to providing our patients with the best available treatments, but also to helping them understand their conditions. To get you started, here are some articles that may prove useful in helping you learn more about thymoma:
- What is a thymoma?
- Is thymoma cancer curable?
- Where in the body would a thymoma be found?
- What kind of specialist should I see for a thymoma?
- Where does thymoma spread to?
- What is the difference between thymoma and thymic carcinoma?
Moffitt offers comprehensive treatment and compassionate supportive care for patients with thymoma. We develop individualized treatment plans for our patients to address the unique challenges of their thymomas, and have a number of supportive care specialists under one roof to help patients navigate the emotional challenges of undergoing cancer treatment. Eligible patients may also have the opportunity to benefit from the latest advancements in thymoma treatment by participating in one of our innovative clinical trials.
Medically Reviewed by Dr. Lary Robinson.
To speak with a Moffitt physician about the thymoma treatment options that may be available to you, call 1-888-663-3488 or fill out a new patient registration form online. We welcome patients with or without referrals.