Cancer Care Connection, an independent non-profit information program for people affected by cancer, provides telephone consultation by masters level health professions who are highly trained in oncology (Cancer Resource Coaches). Compassionate individualized attention enables callers to tell their stories, identify areas of need and create a plan of action. Counselors coach people to identify the frequently overlooked questions to ask and to improve patient communication with the many medical specialists involved in cancer care. Using a specially created database, the organization helps people find local, regional, and national service and information resources. Cancer Care Connection provides a free public service and provides training to other providers who serve people affected by cancer.
In The News
February 22, 2017
The Delaware Small Business Development Center has prevented about 600 former DuPont workers from leaving Delaware to pursue jobs in other states, said J. Michael Bowman, the organization’s director. Bowman made the remarks Tuesday afternoon at a hearing before the …
I was working at the University of Delaware in the late 2000s. I lived outside of Newark when Chrysler shut down its assembly plant and fired all 2,100 of its employees. Word of the closure started to spread in February of …