Helping Cancer Patients through Palliative Care

Hosted by Mark Angelo, MD

Do you know someone with cancer who is suffering from pain and other symptoms related to their disease or their treatment? If so you may be interested in learning more about the Cooper Palliative Care Program. The Palliative Care Program works to improve the quality of life for patients with cancer by expertly managing pain and symptoms such as nausea, depression, constipation, fatigue and shortness of breath.  The Palliative Care Program is available to patients along with treatment or on its own.

Mark Angelo, MD, FACP, Director of the Palliative Care Program will answer your questions and provide guidance on this topic. Dr. Angelo is board certified in Internal Medicine, as well as Hospice and Palliative Medicine.  In addition to being a Cooper internal medicine physician and a palliative care specialist, Dr. Angelo also serves as the medical director for Cooper’s Executive Physical Program.