Despite the fact that the high frequency with which physicians counsel cancer patients about anti-cancer targeted therapies, there is no standardized set of information that will serve to explain everything about treatment strategies adequately and may also be available as ready reference for side effects management. The medical information sheets given for treatments provide useful information about the name and the list of side effects but do not provide the rationale, mechanism of action and the benefit of these treatments over a long interval of time. In addition, the level of patients’ understanding of these crucial pieces of information remains questionable at best. The challenge is to bridge this gap of information and facilitate the explanations from oncologists to let the patients easily understand all the information needed. Furthermore, the Oncologist’s time may also be saved otherwise consumed in subsequent visits by patient/s.