Information and Support for You and Your Loved Ones
A diagnosis of cancer can stir up many emotions, including fear, sadness and confusion. During these uncertain times, it's easy to become overwhelmed. That's why a host of resources have been developed to inform, guide and support those confronting cancer.
To help you access what you need, Rush University Medical Center in Chicago has created a cancer resource program in collaboration with the American Cancer Society as part of a nationwide effort to ease the burden of cancer on patients and their loved ones, and connect them with community services and programs as well as published information.
To meet with the patient navigator or obtain educational materials, please call (312) 563-2409.
For information on other support services for cancer patients offered by Rush University Medical Center in Chicago go to the Cancer Support Programs home page.