According to the American Cancer Society, more than 1.6 million Americans will be diagnosed with cancer during 2012. This diagnosis can have a devastating effect on patients and their loved ones, but there are many reasons for hope. The five-year cancer survival rate in the U.S. is now estimated to be 67%, and the availability and sophistication of cancer treatment continues to expand.
CHI established its National Oncology Service Line to assure the delivery of high-quality, person-centered care throughout our national network of cancer centers. An important part of our mission is to provide comprehensive, integrated cancer care that’s as close to home as possible for our patients. Explore these pages to find out more about our commitment to cancer care.
Our Community Cancer Centers
National Community Cancer Centers Program (NCCCP)
Breast Centers of Excellence
Center for Clinical Trials
Developing Personalized Medicine: The Center for Translational Research
See a list of our cancer centers