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Receive a second opinion by the best specialists in Medical Oncology/ Radiology/ Nuclear Medicine / Radiotherapy nationwide and reassure the accuracy of your diagnosis so you can have peace of mind about getting the best therapeutic approach.

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Get a Second Opinion

When is it wise to seek a Cancer Second Opinion from OSO Health?

You should contemplate a second opinion under the following circumstances:

  • If you've received a serious diagnosis.
  • When you've been advised to undergo surgery or a medical procedure
  • When you're exploring potentially high-risk treatment options.
  • If your health condition is worsening.
  • When faced with medical confusion or difficulties.
  • In preparation for an upcoming surgical procedure
  • Your initial treatment is not working.
  • You are not happy with the treatment plan that your provider suggests.

How it works?

Getting an online second opinion for your cancer diagnosis with our platform is as easy as it can be.

First, choose an expert that you find more eligible for the case. After registration and entering the information about the person needing a second opinion, you will be allowed to handpick a physician most suitable for your case.  The doctors on our platform are chosen among the best specialists in the country.

Upload all the medical documentation related to the case (imaging and pathology results, medical paperwork related to other medical conditions, or every other document that you think your doctor might find useful).

The doctor will review what you have provided and will write and send you a report. Note that the doctor might contact you requiring additional specifications before sending the report,  so stay in touch.

How Much

How Much Does a Second Opinion Cost?

The comprehensive cost for a second opinion for patients in the U.S. and international patients varies based on the selected physician and includes:

  • Seamless collection of your medical records and reports from various providers, imaging and pathology results, medical paperwork related to other medical conditions, or every other document that you think your doctor might find useful.
  • Swift matching and evaluating your medical condition by your selected physician specialized in your ailment.
  • Receipt of a detailed written second opinion report."


Cost Comparison

Cancer Second Opinions provide something invaluable:

Peace of mind. In addition, there are real cost and time savings that can make Second Opinions the clear choice
when you want the expertise of a top specialist in USA.

What is a second opinion? 

A second opinion is defined as seeking an independent opinion on either diagnosis or treatment by an expert in the same field as the specialist who gave the initial opinion.

Getting a second opinion will give you the confidence that you are getting the best treatment for your diagnosis. It may confirm or change the diagnosis, point to a different stage, or type of cancer, or provide a different treatment plan for you. You will be sure that you have explored all the options in each case.

Consulting a second specialist for your cancer also decreases the chance of a misdiagnosis. This is true, especially in some rare types of cancer. 

By using our second opinion platform, you get the chance for a multidisciplinary approach. Consulting an oncologist, a surgeon, and a radiation oncologist might give you a wider specter of the opportunities that you might have to do your best.

A second opinion means more information about your diagnosis. Making an informed decision will make you feel more in control of your disease and raise your chances of succeeding.

According to studies, a minority of cancer patients require a second opinion. Nonetheless, it is found that a considerable proportion of second opinions, ranging anywhere from 10% to 62% across the studies, yield a major change in the diagnosis, treatment, or prognosis. A substantially larger fraction of patients receive different advice on treatment than on their diagnosis.

Overall, most patients perceive second opinions to be valuable.


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