WINGS (We Inspire, Nurture and Give Support) is a cancer survivorship program that offers holistic care for adult patients throughout their cancer treatment.
WINGS provides an environment that nurtures healthy survivorship for individuals experiencing cancer.
National Cancer Survivors Day® is the world’s largest annual cancer survivor event.
Traditionally acknowledged on the first Sunday in June, the event kicks-off worldwide celebrations throughout the summer.
Participants unite to show the world that life after a cancer diagnosis can be a reality.
With advances in detection and treatment, the number of cancer survivors in the United States has passed 15.5 million, according to the American Cancer Society.
With more survivors comes the need for post-treatment cancer care similar to the chronic illness support now routinely provided to individuals experiencing diabetes or heart disease.
WINGS, a part of Marshfield Clinic's commitment to quality patient care, provides the following services and information:
Cancer Survivorship Coordinators
WINGS provides compassionate, qualified Cancer Survivorship Coordinators at several locations throughout Wisconsin.
Cancer affects both patients and their loved ones. WINGS offers an array of
tailor-made programs and services to help all who are affected by cancer.
Sometimes you just need a helping hand, a listening ear, or a supportive shoulder. WINGS and Marshfield Clinic Cancer Care offer a variety of
support groups to help you through your journey.
Cancer survivorship articles
These articles provide valuable information and inspiration.
Marshfield Clinic Cancer Care
Find out more about Marshfield Clinic's
Cancer Care team, and find answers to your cancer care questions.