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Do You Have Questions About Cancer?

With a cancer diagnosis comes many questions. askMDAnderson has answers. Our knowledgeable staff will listen to your questions and help you understand cancer, make decisions about your care and communicate with your health care team.

Our goal is to provide accurate answers, using credible resources and the expertise of the internationally renowned experts at MD Anderson.

Specifically, askMDAnderson can help you:

  • Learn how to make an appointment
  • Understand your treatment options
  • Learn about research studies
  • Navigate our web site
  • Find out about patient amenities (such as travel and support resources)
  • Access prevention and screening services
  • Find accurate cancer information
  • Locate community cancer resources

Just call 1-877-632-6789 or submit your question online. 

We are not afraid of tough questions…just askMDAnderson. We can help.

MD Anderson Resources

eTour – an interactive video tour that provides a visual snapshot of MD Anderson’s campus, services and people

Patient and Family Education

The Learning Center - a place to find information about general health questions, wellness, cancer prevention, and cancer care and support

Partners in Knowledge, News in Cancer (P.I.K.N.I.C.) - on-campus weekly educational forum

Cancer Prevention – learn more about how to reduce your risks of developing cancer or make an appointment in our Cancer Prevention Center.

Support Programs

Anderson Network: connects patients with a cancer survivor with the same diagnosis and treatment

Social work: offers many support services such as counseling, community resource referrals and assistance with advance directives

Support groups: provide a time for patients and family members to discuss feelings, concerns and attitudes

Integrative Medicine Center: provides many complementary therapy programs focused on the mind, body and spirit for all persons touched by cancer

Life After Cancer Care: comprehensive medical program with a focus on potential health problems that may arise from cancer or its treatments

Chaplaincy: provides spiritual support to patients and their caregivers

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