A resource for those touched by cancer...

A diagnosis of cancer can be devastating, for you and those around you. We believe survivorship begins the day you are diagnosed ... and we'll be with you every step of the way.

We've created this resource for you as a place to connect with our physicians, staff and other people going through similar situations. We hope you'll join the conversation by using our patient forums or commenting on our blog. (Be sure to subscribe so you never miss a post!)

We strongly encourage you to talk with your health care professional about your specific medical condition and treatments. The information contained in this website is meant to be helpful and educational, but is not a substitute for medical advice. Please review our social media policy.

It's important to remember that everyone's journey is different, however, we will strive to provide tools that will help in recovery. After all, we're in this together.

Recent Blog Posts

Laparoscopic and robotic surgery: what's the difference?

Laparoscopic and robotic surgery: what’s the difference?

July 30, 2015

Most doctors and patients would agree: minimally-invasive surgery is preferable to open surgery. There’s often less post-operative pain,...

Ask your doctor if you need a Pap smear.

Making sense of your Pap test results

July 16, 2015

Of all the gynecological cancers women face, cervical cancer is the easiest to prevent. That’s because a Pap test can alert a doctor to cell...

Coping with peripheral neuropathy caused by chemotherapy

June 16, 2015

Chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy damages nerves related to the arms and legs. Learn more about CIPN and if it can be prevented.


You can finish cancer

June 04, 2015

In honor of National Cancer Survivors Day on June 7, listen to Janice’s story to help inspire you if you’ve recently been diagnosed with cancer.

Angelina Jolie recently grabbed headlines, but it wasn’t for a movie. The actress spoke publicly about what she has done to protect herself against ovarian cancer.

The Angelina Jolie effect

May 05, 2015

Angelina Jolie recently grabbed headlines, but it wasn’t for a movie. She spoke publicly about what she’s done to protect herself against ovarian cancer. 

Providence Cancer Survivorship Blog Guest Blogger

True that

April 28, 2015

Guest blogger and cancer survivor Teresa Dominic takes advantage of a "low-pain" day to reflect on the great acts of love in her life.

Providence Cancer Survivorship Blog Guest Blogger

Weight gain: a side effect I didn't expect

April 24, 2015

Mary Kay Jurovcik began her breast cancer journey concerned about weight loss. To her surprise, she gained weight during treatment. Two years later, she's still working to take it off.

Providence Cancer Survivorship Blog Guest Blogger

Study doesn’t paint an accurate picture of breast biopsy pathologic interpretation

April 08, 2015

If recent media coverage questioning the accuracy of pathology diagnoses on breast biopsies has you worried, you’re not alone!

January is Cervical Cancer Screening Month

January 13, 2015

January is Cervical Cancer Screening Month. It's a perfect time to learn more about cervical health and take action by scheduling your cervical cancer screening. Here’s what you need to know.

The Coolest Club You Never Wanted to Join

January 06, 2015
No, I’m not talking about the Hair Club for Men (or women). I’m talking about The Cancer Club.