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For many, a cancer diagnosis can bring about a wide range of emotions, including sadness, fear and worries about the unknown.
The Norton Cancer Institute Behavioral Oncology Program is staffed by a team trained and equipped to care for the emotional and mental health needs of patients and their families.
Norton Cancer Institute is one of few oncology programs nationwide offering a robust program for mental and emotional health needs.
Cancer-related distress may include:
Our behavioral oncologists offer full diagnostic assessments, treatment and ongoing follow-up care, in a setting that best suits you and your family:
Issues we may address through the program include:
If you or someone you know is coping with cancer and would like to know more about how our Behavioral Oncology Program can help, call (502) 899-COPE (2673).
Psychiatry, Psychologic Oncology
Psychiatry, Psychologic Oncology, Social Work
Psychiatry, Psychologic Oncology, Medical Oncology
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