Cancer Support for Patients and Survivors
Receiving a cancer diagnosis and undergoing cancer treatment can be difficult for you and your family. Whether you are a patient or a supportive loved one, Loyola Medicine is committed to helping you navigate your cancer journey by providing comprehensive cancer support services to help treat your body, mind and spirit.
When you choose Loyola for your cancer care, you have access to numerous events and support services designed with you in mind. At Loyola, you will get expert help with your cancer through diagnosis, treatment and beyond.
Listed below are the many support services and activities available to you and your loved ones at Loyola:
- Art Therapy Program
- Cancer Answers phone support
- Cancer Genetics Evaluation Program
- Cancer Risk Assessment Program
- Cancer Screening Programs
- Cancer Support and Resource Center
- Cancer Survivorship Program
- Chaplain services
- Coleman Foundation Image Renewal Center
- Events calendar
- Home care and hospice
- Networking and support groups, for patients and families dealing with breast cancer, gastrointestinal cancer, lung cancer and head and neck cancers
- Specially trained oncology pharmacists
- Pharmaceutical care services, including drug interaction screening, drug use monitoring and collaboration with medical and nursing staff in clinical research programs.
- Psychological services for cancer
- Social work support
- Special events, including Survivors’ Day Celebration and Bone Marrow Transplant Picnic, plus educational seminars throughout the community
In addition to the resources outlined above, we encourage you to learn more about our program by reviewing our most recent annual report: