Your treatment. Your feelings. Your care.
That's what we stand for at UPMC CancerCenter. Not just how we treat you medically, but how we care for you as a person.
When you come to us, you'll never be alone in your battle with cancer. At the bedside and beyond, we're here for you and your loved ones each step of the way.
What to Expect When You Come to UPMC CancerCenter
When you visit us for the first time — and every time — we'll help put you at ease.
You'll probably be most anxious before your first appointment. Find out what to bring, what to expect when you arrive, and other details about your first assessment with your cancer care team.
Learn More About What to Expect
Services for Cancer Patients and Families
At UPMC CancerCenter, we always do our best to remember how a cancer diagnosis can alter so many lives.
From patient-centered cancer care to emotional support and beyond, we provide services to help you and your loved ones cope with and battle this disease.
Learn About Our Support Services
Events for UPMC CancerCenter Patients and Caregivers
It's not uncommon to feel alone when cancer enters your life. Whether you've received a cancer diagnosis, or someone you love has cancer, you're not alone.
At UPMC CancerCenter, we offer all types of events to connect our patients and their loved ones with others who are going through the same thing.
Events at The CancerCenter
Community and Cancer Support Resources
UPMC CancerCenter goes beyond the bedside and hospital walls and into our communities to increase cancer awareness.
We provide a range of free cancer outreach and education resources for patients, families, and members of the communities we serve.
Find community support resources.
Cancer Prevention and Early Detection
Helping reduce risk factors and catching cancer early are other ways UPMC CancerCenter is helping fight this disease. Along with cancer screening exams, other prevention and early detection services we offer include:
Learn more about early detection.
- Genetic counseling and testing.
- Smoking prevention and cessation programs.