The Duke Center for Cancer Survivorship was founded based on the belief that care focused on the unique needs of cancer survivors is vital to the millions of individuals living through and beyond cancer in the United States today.
At Duke, we believe that individuals become cancer survivors at the moment of diagnosis and are survivors for the balance of life.” — Tina Piccirilli, Director, Duke Center for Cancer Survivorship
The Duke Center for Cancer Survivorship offers services that focus on healing the body, mind, and soul.
These services are provided by the Survivorship Center and its flagship patient care programs:
The main priorities of these programs are to provide support, therapy, and education.
Some of the support services available to patients and family members include: