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Frequently Asked Questions

Explore common questions about cancer-related fatigue to better understand how we can support you on your journey.

Does Cancer Fatigue Services keep my family doctor informed of my progress?

Yes. With your consent, we provide your family physician and anyone else you choose updates regarding your progress and results within our program.

What documentation do I need to bring to my appointment(s)?

Free Fatigue Consultation (Remote):

  • Health Card


Comprehensive Fatigue Assessment (On-site or remote):

  • Health Card
  • Medication List
  • Any supporting documentation that may be relevant to your past medical history and/or diagnosis
  • Insurance card and/or policy number


Cardiopulmonary Exercise Test (CPET; On-site):

  • Completed Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire (PAR-Q) to be completed and submitted 48 business hours prior to your test day
  • Health Card
  • Medication List
How do you ensure the protection of my health information?

Your privacy is a top priority at Cancer Fatigue Services. We collect personal health information with your consent and under the authority of the Personal Health Information Protection Act (PHIPA). All of our staff are educated on protecting patient privacy and compliance with Ontario legislation and we have strict security controls in place to ensure your information is only viewed when required and only by the people who need to see it to support your care.

Can I bring a caregiver to attend my appointments?

Yes, absolutely. We want our services to be as accessible as possible. Support from friends and caregivers is often very helpful and encouraged.

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Do not accept being fatigued as part of your ‘new normal’. Book your free and no-obligation consultation with our Customer Care Team to learn more about how we can help address your cancer fatigue-related concerns.