Cancer Resources (3)
Huntsman Cancer Institute’s website has received two eHealthcare Leadership Awards. This leading awards program recognizes the very best websites of healthcare organizations and companies across the country. HCI’s website earned a silver for best health content and a distinction for best overall site. Winners were recognized during a special presentation at the Fifteenth Annual Healthcare Internet Conference held November 7-9, 2011 in Orlando, Florida.
When you receive a cancer diagnosis, you want to know what to expect. Huntsman Cancer Institute's Donna Branson, director of Patient and Public Education, has information about a valuable resource for patients, family members, care providers, and anyone with a question about cancer.
Our Cancer Learning Center (CLC) is your source for free cancer information. The CLC, on the sixth floor of the Huntsman Cancer Institute hospital, offers a large collection of books, DVDs, and other materials that you can check out from our library in person, or we can mail them to you. Talk one-on-one with a trained cancer information specialist who can answer questions in person, over the phone, and via e-mail. Spanish-speaking information specialists are also available. All services are free of charge.
Watch KUED's Contact with host Mary Dickson to learn more about HCI's Cancer Learning Center.
For more information visit the Cancer Learning Center website or call toll free at 1-888-424-2100.