Austin (KXAN) - After being told you have breast cancer knowing what to do next can be overwhelming. Seton is in the process of building this new breast cancer center. It's designed to be a one stop shop for those battling the disease.
That facility is set to open early next year, but oncologist Dr. Rob Fuller spoke with our Erin Cargile on Saturday about what what we can expect.
What makes the state of the art facility unique is that it will allow for more than just medical needs.
There will be room for support staff dedicated to helping families handle all stages of treatment.
Dieticians will be available to make sure that patients are getting their nutritional needs met.
Fuller said that it's an attempt to streamline and integrate the care, rather than bounce patients around.
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