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Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center Survivorship Resources

  • Hereditary Colorectal Cancer Registry
    (615) 322-1590 or (800) 340-7752
    The Vanderbilt Hereditary Colorectal Cancer Registry acts as a resource for patients and family members by offering cancer screening for individuals who have either had colorectal cancer or are at a high risk of developing colorectal cancer because of family history. The registry also enrolls those who have or are at increased risk for developing known hereditary colorectal cancer syndromes.
  • Patient and Family Resource Center
    (615) 322-9799
    The Patient and Family Resource Center is a one-stop information resource for cancer related issues. The center is staffed for any questions or concerns patients or family members may have about a cancer diagnosis. Free brochures, books and videotapes on a wide array of cancer related topics and community programs are available.
  • Vanderbilt Hereditary Cancer Clinic
    (615) 322-2064
    The Vanderbilt Hereditary Cancer Clinic educates patients about cancer genetics and cancer risk, personal and family cancer risk assessments, genetic testing and access to clinical trials. Our team of genetic counselors, nurse practitioners and doctors specializes in hereditary cancer.
  • Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center REACH for Survivorship Program
    (615) 343-7400
    The REACH for Survivorship Program is designed to meet the unique needs of pediatric and adult cancer survivors and act as a bridge from acute oncology care to primary care. Patients treated through the program will receive a careful health history, a comprehensive evaluation and a survivorship care plan with detailed information and recommendations.