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Mind, Body and Side Effects

Tired of Being Tired?

Cancer Center's Symptom Management and Supportive Care Clinic helps patients fight fatigue and other side effects of treatment

Prompt and Personalized

Oncology care when you need it -- without the ER

Help In Healing

Wound care service gives patients hope and wound management

Take Heart

Keep your heart healthy during and after cancer

Sharing Your Story

Creative ways to document your personal experiences

Nature's Medicine

Spending time in nature may improve memory and concentration among cancer patients

Better Days

PsychOncology Clinic offers patients tools for coping

When to Ask for Help

Talking about symptoms is first step in treating them

Health of the Whole

Many of the traditional symptoms of depression overlap with the symptoms of cancer, such as fatigue, weight changes, sleep problems, lack of concentration, lack of energy and guilt. Each patient must be evaluated properly, in the context of the cancer itself, as part of fully integrated care that links physical treatment and the psychological needs of the individual.

Relax and Distract

Apple iPads are the latest technology available to Cancer Center patients through the Sight and Sound Program, established in 2008 to provide relaxation and distraction to patients during treatments.

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