Vince Lombardi Cancer Clinic Hotline and Library
Hotline: Call 800-252-2990 or 414-649-7200
If you or a loved one is diagnosed with cancer, it is important you have the information to make good decisions regarding treatment. Research shows that patients who take an active interest in their health care can have a positive effect on their outcomes. While there is an abundance of cancer information available, it can be difficult to navigate through it all. That's where the Vince Lombardi Cancer Hotline can help.
Personal and Professional
When you call the Vince Lombardi Cancer Hotline, you’ll be connected to a cancer information specialist at Aurora St. Luke's Medical Center. The cancer specialist will take time to understand your personal concerns and address your specific information needs.
The hotline is open to everyone, and all conversations are confidential. Please call us for information on how we can help you or someone you care about.
Call the Hotline for Answers to Your Questions about:
- Risk reduction and early detection
- Genetic counseling and testing services
- Leading-edge diagnostics
- Advanced cancer treatments
- Clinical trials
- Cancer counseling services and support groups
- Breast form and lingerie fitting services
- Lymphedema Therapy Program
- Community education programs
- Financial counseling and social services
- Physician referral
- Second Opinion Program
Minimally invasive surgery options
- Robotic surgery
- VATS (Video-Assisted Thoracoscopic Surgery)
- HALS (Hand-Assisted Laparoscopic Surgery)
The Vince Lombardi Resource Library, located within each Vince Lombardi Cancer Clinic, offers patients and families coping with cancer a variety of resources to help them better understand their disease and make informed decisions about their treatment.
The library includes brochures, books, CDs, DVDs and videotapes. You may check out any of these resources, much like a lending library, to get information on cancer prevention, screening, early detection, specific cancer diagnoses, treatment options, and support and coping issues.