Your Guide to Chemotherapy
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Oncologists use chemotherapy or “chemo” to help slow or stop cancer growth. Learn more about this treatment option and how to manage side effects.
Your Oncology Team
The doctors, nurses and staff that make up the medical oncology and gynecologic oncology teams are specialists in their field with focused training and certifications. This expert team works to give you the precise care and treatment plan you need.

LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR MEDICAL ONCOLOGY TEAM 

LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR  FEMALE REPRODUCTIVE CANCERS TEAM

Supporting Your Journey
Doctor supporting patient through cancer journey
Legacy’s cancer support services offer classes, support groups and more to help you and your family with psychological, social, physical and spiritual needs.
Infusion Locations
Psychologist and patient meeting
We have six convenient infusion locations so you can receive chemotherapy closer to home.
Resources & Education
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Find additional information and resources, including answers to common questions about chemotherapy and its side effects.

CHEMO’S EFFECTS ON BODY AND ORGANS
AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY: CHEMOTHERAPY 
NATIONAL CANCER INSTITUTE: MANAGING CHEMO SIDE EFFECTS 
MEDLINE PLUS: CHEMOTHERAPY 

 

 

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