Knowledge is power, and that’s certainly true for pancreatic cancer. The more you know, the better you can battle. That’s why Mount Carmel offers a host of educational resources to not only help you learn about the disease, but give you the strength and support you need at this difficult time in your life. Those resources include:
We host a wide range of classes and events for patients and family members, which include a support group, a variety of educational programs in topics of interest and even yoga.
Mount Carmel has developed the following printed materials for your use:
Our family room-style resource library at Jan’s Place at Mount Carmel St. Ann’s is a great place to do research on the Internet, view educational DVDs or read a book. Our sizable collection of cancer support materials, sponsored and supported by the American Cancer Society, is also available for check-out. Patient resource libraries are also available in the Siegel Center at Mount Carmel East and in the Health Sciences Library at Mount Carmel West.
To learn more or to take advantage of any or all of these resources, contact Survivorship Services at (614) 546-HOPE or SurvivorshipServices@mchs.com.