Header Contacts

  • Stockton (California St.): (209) 466-2626
  • Stockton (March Ln.): (209) 474-1458
  • Lodi: (209) 366-2616
  • Tracy: (209) 839-9115

Resources

The following links may provide valuable information for you and your family. This is a partial listing of reliable online sources of general cancer information relating to prevention, early detection, treatments, symptom management, and support options. Our team of physicians and nurses are an excellent resource for local community information. While we provide these links as a convenience to you, we do not screen them for content and do not approve, support or attest to the accuracy or completeness of these sites.

American Cancer Society (ACS)

This comprehensive site includes a broad range of general cancer information, news stories, lists of community resources by state, and information about the ACS-sponsored Cancer Survivors Network (CSN), a telephone and Web-based support service. There is also a section reviewing ACS research on alternative and complementary therapies such as herbal products used by cancer patients.

Diana Vo
Diana.Vo@cancer.org

CancerCare Co-Payment Assistance Foundation 

This site helps in obtaining copay assistance for chemotherapy drugs.

Cancer.net

This is the patient information Web site of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO), which provides oncologist-approved information on more than 50 types of cancers and their treatments, clinical trials, coping, and side effects.

Cancer Hope Network   

Information on support groups and networks.

Lymphoma Research Foundation

Funds research grants for lymphoma; provides educational materials, support group and networking  information; newsletter

National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization  

Information and publications regarding hospice care. Online list of local hospices, reimbursements and   basic hospice information.

St. Joseph’s Cancer Institute

St. Joseph’s provides advanced cancer support, screening and treatments.

The National Comprehensive Care Network

NCCN is a not-for-profit alliance of 21 of the world’s leading cancer centers that is dedicated to improving the quality and effectiveness of care provided to patients with cancer.

Breast Cancer Resources