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We provide chemotherapy in a caring environment. We can also guide you through in-home treatments, such as medication and infusion therapy.
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Cancer care is much more than treating a disease.
This series of videos covers four key components of cancer care at the Virginia Piper Cancer Institute: care coordination, genetic counseling, cancer rehabilitation and integrative health services.
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Has chemotherapy fogged your thinking? This study is for people with breast cancer who experience mental fogginess or memory problems that interfere with everyday activities after completing chemotherapy — often referred to as "chemo brain."
Cancer Care Coordinator Susan Gersch, RN (left), chats with Patty Rosenhammer, a patient with Virginia Piper Cancer Institute® – New Ulm, during a recent chemo treatment. A Cancer Care Coordinator provides one-on-one support for patients from the point of diagnosis until they become cancer survivors.