You might want more information about your condition and your treatment. When you get new facts, keep an open mind. You may:

  • Have questions about what your healthcare team tells you
  • Want time to think about your options on your own
  • Need to ask about things you hear from your healthcare team
  • Feel like the best people to talk to are others living with cancer

All of these are normal ways to react when dealing with a cancer diagnosis. Keep in mind that people who talk openly with their healthcare team tend to be happier with their treatment. Make the most of every appointment. Come prepared with questions to ask your healthcare team.

Possible questions to ask your doctor

  • Is TECENTRIQ + Avastin® (bevacizumab) right for me?
  • How is TECENTRIQ thought to work in my body?
  • How is TECENTRIQ given and how often would I receive it?
  • How long does a TECENTRIQ + Avastin infusion take?
  • What are the possible side effects of TECENTRIQ + Avastin?
  • What might I expect from treatment with TECENTRIQ?
  • Is there anything else I need to know about TECENTRIQ?

Want to see more topics you should discuss?

We've created a downloadable guide. You can print it and use it to write notes to help guide your discussion with your doctor.

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