Cancer Resource Guide
June 24, 2015
Through the voice of cancer patients in the Greater Lafayette area, we found that there is a need to identify local resources for newly diagnosed cancer patients in order to have this information easily accessible and all in one place. The Cancer Culture and Community program, part of the Oncological Sciences Center at Purdue University, brought together a number of local individuals to form a coalition of health care providers and advocacy groups to address this unmet need. This resource guide is a result of our findings. Our hope is that this tool will help empower those during their cancer journey, family members and/or caregivers. Please help us to help others by sending information we may have missed, or a resource that needs to be added to Kris Swank at email@example.com. This site may contain links to websites and services outside the Purdue University domain. Purdue University does not endorse, takes no responsibility for and exercises no control over the views or content contained on these independent sites, nor does it vouch for the accuracy or accessibility of the information contained on them. Opinions expressed on this site do not necessarily represent the official views of Purdue University.
- Kris Swank
October 30, 2015
Award-winning author Dr. Barron H. Lerner will headline the Cancer Culture and Community Colloquium with his lecture titled "Two Doctors, Two Generations: Medical Ethics Then and Now " at Purdue University on Nov. 12.Read Full Story
June 24, 2015
Several Tippecanoe County area organizations are collaborating to create a resource guide for people with cancer. The guide containsinformation on community resources that people may need during treatment, such as assistance with understanding health insurance, counseling, pain management and support groups.Read Full Story