North Houston Cancer Clinics


Side Effects – Drug Info – Wellness – Resources 

North Houston Cancer Clinics Resources by Doctor Abbasi
800.227.2345 (or 866.228.4327 for TTY)
Information about cancer and chemotherapy diet, exercise, and lifestyle to ensure your health throughout the cancer treatment process.
Makes recommendations on nutrition, diet during and after treatment, and vitamin and mineral supplements. information about your cancer stages. recommended by Doctor Abbasi
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) is the world’s largest non-profit health organization dedicated to funding blood cancer research and providing Information about cancer and chemotherapy
800.4.CANCER (1.800.422.6237)
Links to relevant financial, legal, and insurance information for cancer patients getting chemotherapy at doctor offices.
Provides financial assistance to underinsured patients living with chronic or life-altering diseases.
Provides pharmaceutical copayment assistance to qualifying patients with brain, breast, lung, kidney, colon, pancreatic, prostate, and head and neck cancers as well as lymphoma, sarcoma, and some secondary issues resulting from chemotherapy treatment.

Provides recommendations  food to avoid during cancer treatment

provides nutrition recommendation during and after treatment

provides information exercise during cancer treatment Information about cancer and chemotherapy

An extensive list of information about Coronavirus.

For information on Evusheld see above. We offer Evusheld to immunocompromised patients in our office.

A website with free advanced directives form for the state of Texas, including Medical Power of Attorney, Out of Hospital Do Not Resuscitate, Directive to Physicians, and Declaration of Mental Health Treatment. 

Speak with your loved ones. Discuss your thoughts with the people who would be involved in making decisions for you if you aren’t able to make them yourself. This will ensure that care choices support the quality of life you’d like.

Choose one who can make decisions. Which person in your life do you trust to understand what quality of life means to you? Make sure this person is willing to make decisions for you if needed and that he or she knows what’s important to you in your care choices. Don’t assume anything.

Inform your health care provider. Once you have defined your own terms for quality of life and identified someone to carry out your wishes, review all of it with your health care provider. Doing so will inform your doctor about what treatment options you would or wouldn’t want down the road, and allows your doctor to provide medical input and perspective. 

paperwork. Completing advance directives is one way for you to make your wishes known about medical treatment before you need such care. There are three kinds of advance directives in Texas:

Medical Power of Attorney: This form allows you to appoint someone you trust to make health care choices for you if you are unable to do so for yourself.

Living Will: This form allows you to tell people what kind of medical care you would like to have or avoid if you cannot speak for yourself.

Out-of-Hospital Do Not Resuscitate (OOHDNR) Order for Adults: An order signed by a doctor allowing you to refuse life-sustaining treatments when outside the hospital. If you are admitted to the hospital and do not wish to have life-sustaining treatments, let your doctor know so an inpatient DNR order can be signed for the duration of your stay.