About this Service
Contact:Varies with OfficeHematology-Oncology Clinic Hours:Monday-Friday: 0730-1600 Weekends & Federal Holidays: Closed Ambulatory Infusion Center Hours:Monday-Friday: 0730-1800 Weekends: 0730-1600 Federal Holidays: ClosedAvailable At: NMCSD Hospital Facility
New FREE interactive monthly teleconference available through the American Cancer Society The I Can Cope Series is a monthly series of presentations for patients and caregivers to increase your knowledge of cancer-related issues, gain skills to more effectively cope with the challenge of cancer and receive peer support and empowerment from other patients and caregivers. To register you can call 1-800-227-2345 or go to http://www.cancer.org and going to the I Can Cope Online Classes.
If you or a member of your family has received a diagnosis of "cancer", you may be interested in getting more information. Many patients have benefited from attending a class entitled "Cancer 101". This is a great class for patients newly diagnosed with cancer. The class is given by nurses, social workers, dieticians, and a chaplain. They can help answer your questions and help you find more resources. There are many resources below which you may find very helpful. Please select from any of the items below.
Look Good Feel Better Program: A free program that teaches beauty techniques to women cancer patients in active treatment to help them combat the appearance-related side effects of cancer treatment. For more information, call 619-532-7364, or visit the Look Good Feel Better site.
Other Helpful Links: American Cancer Society: 1800-ACS-2345 or www.cancer.org National Cancer Institute-Cancer Information Service: 1-800-4-CANCER