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    Programs that provide comprehensive preventive, diagnostic and treatment services on an inpatient or outpatient basis for individuals who have cancer.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    American Cancer Society, Fulton Unit - ServicesProvides education and services and rehabilitation such as information and referral, medications, transportation, wigs and sponsor support groups.FultonAmerican Cancer Society ,Fulton Unit - ProgramAmerican Cancer Society
    American Cancer Society - Schuylkill CountyFinancial assistance, transportation, housing support groups and smoking cessation programs.SchuylkillAmerican Cancer Society - Schuylkill CountyAmerican Cancer Society
    Ann B Barshinger Cancer InstituteCancer center providing: - prevention and detection - treatment - radiation therapy - care and supportLancasterAnn B Barshinger Cancer InstitutePenn Medicine Lancaster General Health
    Brandywine Hospital - Cancer ClinicBrandywine Hospital has been taking care of families for more than 100 years. With excellent physicians and advanced medical technology, the staff provides exceptional care for patients in its 243-bed licensed facility.ChesterBRANDYWINE HOSPITALBrandywine Hospital
    Bryn Mawr Hospital - Cancer CenterServices include: Prevention and early detection Diagnostic and imaging Treatment services Support services Radiation Oncology Center Cardio-Oncology Program Research and clinical trials Lymphedema Management Program Cancer Risk Assessment and Genetics ProgramMontgomeryBryn Mawr Hospital - Montgomery; Bryn MawrBryn Mawr Hospital
    Cancer ServicesBoard certified radiation oncologists and medical oncologists, along with oncology trained nurses and support staff provide state of the art cancer therapy in friendly and comfortable surroundings.AdamsCancer ServicesAdams Cancer Center
    Center for Advancement in Cancer Education - Patient ServicesOrthodox medicine in the United States (while unparalleled in its ability to offer state-of-the-art diagnostics, acute and emergency care, and technological excellence) has been largely inadequate in cases of chronic, degenerative, and non-specific disease conditions. Recently, there has been a great interest among healthcare consumers and practitioners alike in holistic, complementary and integrative medicine, in which patient participation is key. At the same time, much research has been published worldwide on the role of clinical nutrition, behavioral medicine and lifestyle modification in addressing illness. Unfortunately, today's cancer patients suffer from more than cancer; they suffer from a syndrome called "information overload." Most patients are simply overwhelmed by the often confusing and contradictory cancer information provided by the broadcast and print media, the internet, conflicting medical opinions, and well-meaning friends, neighbors and relatives. As a result, they either abdicate their participatory role to the first oncologic opinion they encounter, or they end up researching themselves into completely ineffective "analysis paralysis." The Center for Advancement in Cancer Education specializes in helping patients to negotiate the maze of available therapeutic options. It assists clients with resources and referrals specializing in clinical nutrition, botanical medicine, psychoneuroimmunology, and other innovative approaches. It provides guidance for accessing immune-enhancing programs to help prevent recurrence, non-toxic biological therapies to repair compromised body function, and creative ways to manage the side effects of conventional cancer treatments. Thousands of cancer patients have benefited from the integrative lifestyle counseling (ILC) provided by the Center's counselors. Integrative lifestyle counseling is a service that helps clients design a holistic "game plan" to address multiple facets of their lives through various lifestyle approaches. Its purpose is to complement and enhance any medical choices a client may make. ILC can aid in the prevention and control of illness through coaching and guidance in diet, stress management, exercise, detoxification and other factors. It may include referrals to healthcare practitioners to serve an individual's special needs. ILC is highly personalized. It pays attention to logistical, financial, and geographic limitations as well as to the belief systems of the client. The focus is on practical and manageable ways patients can make rapid, positive changes in their lives. In many cases, a single one hour session is all that is necessary. There is no fee for service. The Center works on a donation and membership basis, and all contributions are tax-deductible. Consultations may be held in person or over the phone. .MontgomeryCenter for Advancement in Cancer Education - Montgomery; WynnewoodCenter for Advancement in Cancer Education
    Center for Advancement in Cancer Education - PreventionOne primary focus of CACE’s work is geared towards cancer prevention education through lifestyle training. These lifestyle factors include diet, exercise, stress management, environmental exposures and detoxification. Our thrust is primary prevention, not just early detection. The following are some of the highlights of CACE’s prevention efforts to date: -Focusing on prevention of cancer and prevention of recurrence by creating awareness of science-based factors that cause or contribute to cancer growth -Providing individualized, one-on-one, lifestyle risk factor assessments that go far beyond classical risk factors, and then helping clients design game plans to address those factors through personalized resources and referrals -Encouraging clients to pay attention to biological terrain and biochemical individuality as key ways to evaluate and minimize risk for disease -Conducting hundreds of classes, workshops and lectures on cancer prevention, including Food Preparation for Cancer Prevention; Breast Cancer: Is it What You're Eating or What's Eating You?; Prostate Cancer: The Diet Connection; Cancer Prevention Lifestyle; and Are You Digging Your Grave With Your Fork? -Designing and implementing a series of dinner lectures on dietary prevention of cancer at Philadelphia area health food markets and restaurants -Creating, organizing and presenting 12 annual Food & Health Expo honoring National Nutrition Month each March, featuring prominent speakers and quality exhibitors targeting improved nutrition awareness -Teaching cancer prevention in health education classes in local elementary, middle and high schools. CACE believes that health-promoting habits are formed early in life -Developing and distributing various audiotapes and videotapes of our prevention information, including the popular video, Breast Cancer: The Diet Connection -Publishing Immune Perspectives magazine for 12 years and Health News & Views newsletter for 20 years - both focusing on immunopotentiation and cancer prevention -Sponsoring a research study (now in final stages of completion) on perceived psycho-social support as an unrecognized risk factor for cancer in a population of 1,452 women. This is a triple track, retrospective, longitudinal study.MontgomeryCenter for Advancement in Cancer Education - Montgomery; WynnewoodCenter for Advancement in Cancer Education
    Chester County Hospital - Cancer ProgramCancer Program offers cancer patients the latest advances in cancer treatment and a team of cancer experts who are located in the patient's own community. Experts collaborate to create a multi-disciplinary, team-based approach that best meets the needs of each patient.Chester*Main Site (Chester County Hospital)Chester County Hospital
    Chester County Hospital - Cancer Program - Exton Medical & Diagnostic CenterCancer Program offers cancer patients the latest advances in cancer treatment and a team of cancer experts who are located in the patient's own community. Experts collaborate to create a multi-disciplinary, team-based approach that best meets the needs of each patient.ChesterExton Medical & Diagnostic CenterChester County Hospital
    Chester County Hospital - Cancer Program - Kennett Medical CampusCancer Program offers cancer patients the latest advances in cancer treatment and a team of cancer experts who are located in the patient's own community. Experts collaborate to create a multi-disciplinary, team-based approach that best meets the needs of each patient.ChesterKennett Medical CampusChester County Hospital
    Chester County Hospital - Cancer Program - North Hills Medical OfficeCancer Program offers cancer patients the latest advances in cancer treatment and a team of cancer experts who are located in the patient's own community. Experts collaborate to create a multi-disciplinary, team-based approach that best meets the needs of each patient.ChesterNorth Hills Medical Office BuildingChester County Hospital
    Dale and Frances Hughes Cancer Center - PoconoThe Dale & Frances Hughes Cancer Center provides a full line of cancer treatment services to patients throughout the Pocono Region and surrounding areas.MonroeDale and Frances Hughes Cancer Center - PoconoLehigh Valley Health Network
    Easton Regional Cancer CenterProvides cancer care to the residents of Easton and its surrounding communities. Provides ongoing psychosocial support for people with cancer and their families. NorthamptonEaston HospitalEaston Hospital
    Holy Redeemer Health System - Palliative CareProvides patients with relief of symptoms such as pain, shortness of breath, nausea or vomiting, constipation, fatigue, loss of appetite, anxiety or depression related to a number of different conditions. Palliative care is often provided, but not limited, to patients with the following diagnoses: - Cancer - Cardiac disease - Respiratory disease - AIDS - Kidney failure - Alzheimer’s/dementia - Amyotropic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) - Stroke - Parkinson’s disease - Multiple sclerosisPhiladelphiaHoly Redeemer (Home & Hospice Care)Holy Redeemer Health System
    Lehigh Valley Hospital - Cedar Crest Cancer ClinicsProvides a full range of cancer screening, diagnostic, treatment, rehabilitation and continuing care services. LehighLehigh Valley Health NetworkLehigh Valley Health Network
    Lehigh Valley Hospital - MuhlenbergHospital that offers the following services: - Emergency Room - Critical Care - Breast Health Services - Cancer Center - Heart and vascular care, - Diagnostic services - Rehabilitation - Dental Clinic - Pediatric ambulatory surgery unit - Adolescent psychiatry - Behavioral Health Science Center: Adult Behavioral Health Unit and an Adolescent Behavioral Health Unit (age 12 years or older). Click here for additional information NorthamptonLehigh Valley Hospital - MuhlenbergLehigh Valley Health Network
    Mount Nittany Health CANCER CARE PARTNERSHIPCANCER CARE PARTNERSHIP provides state-of-the-art, personalized care for outpatient hematology, medical oncology and infusion services. Additional features: Dedicated space for intensity modulated linear accelerator - technology designed to allow physicians and physicists the ability to program delivery of exact forms of radiation up to eight times faster than other delivery systems, pinpointing radiation to the tumor and preserving healthy tissue and lab work A dedicated entrance for patients with cancer.CentreMount Nittany Health CANCER CARE PARTNERSHIPMount Nittany Health
    Phoenixville Hospital - Acute Care HospitalA 151-bed acute care facility.Chester*Main Site (Phoenixville Hospital)Phoenixville Hospital
    Pottstown Memorial Medical Center - Cancer CareServices include: Multi-Disciplinary Approach to Cancer Treatment Breast Cancer Performance Charts Cancer Risk Assessment Program Cancer Support Groups Clinical Trials Integrative CareMontgomeryPottstown Memorial Medical Center - Montgomery; PottstownPottstown Memorial Medical Center
    Regional Cancer CenterComprehensive care for cancer and blood disorders. Board certified physicians and more than 160 staff provide medical oncology, hematology and radiation oncology treatments.ErieRegional Cancer CenterRegional Cancer Center
    Sacred Heart Hospital Center for Cancer CareProvides a full range of medical services for individuals with cancer, including diagnosis, treatment and aftercare services.LehighSacred Heart Hospital Center for Cancer CareSacred Heart Health Care System
    St Luke's Hospital - BethlehemAt St Luke’s University Hospital – Bethlehem, located in Fountain Hill, a suburb of Bethlehem, patients and visitors are our top priority. We are dedicated to providing our patients and visitors with easily accessible services and excellent quality care delivered with outstanding customer service.NorthamptonSt Luke's Hospital - Bethlehem CampusSt Luke's University Health Network
    UPMC Altoona Cancer ClinicCancer center. Provides Radiation Oncology ServicesBlairUPMC Altoona Center for Cancer CareUPMC Altoona
    WellSpan Adams Cancer Centercancer patients recieve clinical treatment and support services community members with questions about cancer recieve information cancer patients who meet financial eligibility criteria may be able to recieve same assistance while in active treatment free mammograms for financially qualified womenAdamsWellspan Health- Gettysburg Hospital Radiation OncologyWellSpan Health
    WellSpan Cancer Center - EphrataCancer Center provides comprehensive cancer services. Includes: - Medical Oncology inpatient and outpatient - Radiation Oncology Provides additional support services to patients and their familiesLancasterWellSpan Cancer Center - EphrataWellSpan Health
    WellSpan Sechler Family Cancer Center - LebanonProvides comprehensive, integrated care to patients diagnosed with cancer including chemotherapy, infusion therapy, hematology and radiation treatment.LebanonWellSpan Health Sechler Family Cancer Center - LebanonWellSpan Health
    WellSpan York Cancer CenterThe mission of York Cancer Center is to provide excellent clinical care and comprehensive support services to cancer patients. Radiation therapy, medical oncology, surgical services, and outpatient infusion services, as well as oncology social workers, oncology dietitians, nurse educators, nurse navigators and a financial counselor are available at this facility. Also provides mammograms. Outpatient program for cancer patients - provides cancer information, education, and support by registered nurses, social workers, dietitians, and financial counselor. Support groups Community referrals Bereavement information available Cancer patient help fund Speakers bureau YorkWellSpan Apple Hill Medical CenterWellSpan Health

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