Cancer presents many challenges to patients and their families. At Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey, we believe that well informed patients can better deal with those challenges.
Knowledge about cancer helps patients to become active participants in their health care. Knowing about cancer risk factors can help people prevent certain cancers.
Awareness of early warning signs can lead to earlier detection, when cancer is in the most treatable stages. The Resource and Learning Center (RLC) provides reliable, relevant and current information about all aspects of cancer.
Online Resources Available to All
Patients and family members at the Rutgers Cancer Institute as well as members of the community who are seeking disease specific information are able to access the information they need using our online resources. Visit any of the following RLC webpages: ebooks/audiobooks, recommended websites, Health Library database, and YouTube channel. Stay connected and learn about the latest event postings, news alerts, anoomd new resource additions by following the RLC’s Facebook page.
FAQs About the Resource ROOM
Here is some basic information about the Resource Room at the Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey.
Rutgers Cancer Institute Thanks Our Donors
Seed funding to create the RLC was provided by the Karma Foundation, Teresa A. Clark and James R. Knickman and the Charles Edison Fund.
RLC computer services were made possible in part by Fran and Sanford Lehrfeld and the Beez Foundation.
Patient comfort services were provided in part by the Elixir Fund.
How You Can Help
The RLC is supported by tax-deductible donations from individuals, corporations, and foundations.
Donations are used to support the RLC operations, to purchase materials, and to maintain up to date equipment and library collection.
Naming opportunities are available. Bookplates may be placed in honor or memory of a loved one at a donor's request. If you are interested in making a donation, please contact the Rutgers University Foundation Development Office at 848-932-8013.