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Cancer Genetics Counseling

Lymphedema Care
“After cancer surgery I knew that it was going to be a ‘new normal,’ but I wanted that new normal to be as close to the old normal as possible. I’m a walker, and the therapy helped me get back to my normal activities a lot quicker.” – Melanoma patient

Pastoral Care

Pharmacy/Medication Consultation

Supportive Care Consults

Tobacco Treatment Program
It is never too late to quit smoking. In fact, it is one of the most important things you can do after being diagnosed with cancer. People who quit smoking after a diagnosis have increased chances of successful treatment, experience fewer side effects during treatment, recover faster, and live longer. You can also reduce your chances of getting cancer again and protect your loved ones from secondhand smoke.