Barnard Health and Cancer Information Center
A diagnosis of cancer can be frightening for patients and their loved ones. Patients may feel overwhelmed. They may have questions about the future. By becoming well-informed about the disease, they can become a more active participant in healthcare decisions.
The Barnard Health and Cancer Information Center at Siteman Cancer Center’s main campus in St. Louis is open on a walk-in basis to assist anyone whose life has been touched by cancer. The center serves patients, their families, medical professionals and others who need current information on cancer prevention; early detection, diagnosis and treatment; coping; and community resources.
Our center provides:
- A computer with Internet access for patients
- Educational programs
- Printed materials
- A smoking cessation program
- Referral to cancer support groups
- Volunteer opportunities
The center also has information about complementary and alternative medicine, or you may visit www.nccam.nih.gov.
The center can assist low-income or underinsured patients with:
- Wigs and turbans
- Breast prostheses
- Nutritional supplements
Lobby of the Center for Advanced Medicine
4921 Parkview Place
St. Louis, MO 63110
9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday