20 Questions to Ask Your Oncologist

Posted: September 10, 2017

One of the biggest problems cancer patients face is that their doctors aren’t telling them everything they need to know… and patients don’t know the right questions to ask. With 20 Questions to Ask Your Oncologist, you have power. You have options, when you have the right questions for your Oncologist. It will make you feel less fear, and more control!

I personally used these questions, when my father had an appointment with his Oncologist. What a difference it made from going in afraid of being overwhelmed.

As a result, many patients make fear-based decisions, instead of fact-based decisions, and blindly agree to undergo treatments they don’t understand.

And as you know, some treatments are ineffective and can have irreversible consequences.

It’s not uncommon to hear a patient say, “I wish I’d known then, what I know now…”

That’s why asking the RIGHT questions for your Oncologist  in the beginning is critical to survival.



Click on the blue links…the orange one is not linked into this post. However, I wanted you to see a picture of Chris.

My friend (and 13-year cancer survivor) Chris Wark that was rushed into treatment in the beginning but accidentally asked two questions that changed the entire direction of his care.

He’s taken what he’s learn from his own experience, from other patients and from doctors and created a powerful free guide for cancer patients and their loved ones called 20 Questions For Your Oncologist.

This eye-opening and informative guide contains essential questions that every cancer patient must ask their doctor before agreeing to any type of treatment.

20 Questions for Your Oncologist includes a 1-hour audio program, a transcript to follow along and take notes, and a printable question list.


Your friend in wellness,


P.S. Chris is on a mission to help cancer patients make informed treatment decisions, if you have a loved one or friend who could benefit from this free guide, please send them to this link >>20 QUESTIONS.