After you are diagnosed with cancer, we provide many support options while developing a treatment plan.
Life changes as soon as you are told you have cancer. You may feel overwhelmed with the diagnosis as well as the decisions and treatments to come. We are the number one cancer treatment provider in the heart of Wisconsin because we value supporting you and your family during this time. We will work with you to develop a treatment plan using the latest options including access to clinical trials.
Karisa Ashland’s story is just one example
She received care and support from the moment she was diagnosed – from trying to understand “Why her?” – to beyond her treatments when she had questions about the next steps.
Watch Karisa’s story to see how her team was on her side.
Coping with a cancer diagnosis
Developed with the wisdom of cancer survivors, this guide helps you navigate some of the common emotions and concerns following a cancer diagnosis.
Resources are available during your cancer treatments including financial help, spiritual services and our medical library.
After being diagnosed with cancer, there are many questions that begin to race through your mind. We have created a list of frequently asked questions for you to use.
We offer many support groups for patients that have been diagnosed with cancer. Use our calendar of events to find an upcoming support group.
Calendar of events
Developing a treatment plan
We're regional leaders in treating many types of cancers, including breast, lung, colorectal and endometrial, among others. We provide the latest in treatment methods for each of the below cancers.
Navigating your care
Cancer care is complicated. That is why we have patient navigators available to help you through the process.
Personalizing your care
Every cancer is different. We use genetic testing and other methods to personalize your treatment plan to ensure the best results.
You have access to life-saving clinical trials at each of our cancer centers.
If you are unsure about your diagnosis or treatment plan, you can typically see one of our oncologists for a second opinion within five business days.
You can receive cancer treatments almost anywhere, but only the best are accredited. Each of our cancer centers are some of the most highly-accredited in Wisconsin. And one is close to you.