At the Lurie Cancer Center
Culinary Care is a non-profit organization dedicated to delivering free and balanced meals to caregivers and fighters managing the stress of cancer.
The Developmental Therapeutics Institute (DTi) is a collaboration of Northwestern University and external basic scientists, translational researchers, and clinical investigators who have a shared passion for and particular expertise in developmental therapeutics. The DTi brings life-changing discoveries from the laboratory to patients.
Five health professionals and seven adult survivors of childhood cancer share their experiences, discussing the impact of childhood cancer on adult survivors, transitioning to adult health care, cardiac risk factors, prevention and late effects, fertility, and the emotional side of survivorship. This video education series, developed by the Lurie Cancer Center’s STAR Program, provides valuable information to help survivors anticipate and manage common medical and psychosocial issues that may arise after treatment.
This group provides patients with information about the disease, nutrition, pain management, insurance and billing.
The Northwestern Brain Tumor Institute (NBTI) is a nationally recognized leader in the fight against brain and spinal cord tumors, offering patients the most advanced clinical trial and treatment options available.
The Oncofertility Consortium addresses the complex health care and quality-of-life issues that concern young cancer patients whose fertility may be threatened by their disease or its treatment. The national, interdisciplinary initiative is based at Northwestern University, where it was founded.
The Skin Cancer Institute within the Robert H. Lurie Comprehensive Cancer Center of Northwestern University provides patient care and high-impact research, education, and training.
This group provides psychosocial and educational support group for post-transplant survivors and caregivers.