This information describes how to prepare and give yourself an injection (shot) under the skin with blood thinning medication in a prefilled syringe.
This information will help you prepare for your colonoscopy at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSK).
This information will help you prepare for your spinal injection.
This information explains how to relieve shortness of breath.
This information will help you prepare for your intraperitoneal (IP) therapy.
This guide explains adjuvant therapies for breast cancer, how they work, and their possible side effects.
This information explains how to prepare and what to expect from your ablative therapy.
This information will help you prepare for having your biliary catheter placed and care for it when you are at home.
This information explains hormonal therapy for prostate cancer patients receiving radiation therapy.
This guide will help you prepare for your intrathecal radioimmunotherapy (RIT) at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. For the rest of this resource, our use of the words “you” and “your” refers to you or your child.
This information will teach you how to give yourself a subcutaneous (below the skin) injection with filgrastim (Neupogen®) or pegfilgrastim (Neulasta®) in a prefilled syringe.
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