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At Memorial Hermann,

You’ll Never Fight Cancer Alone.

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Our Mission

At Memorial Hermann, you’ll never fight cancer alone. Our affiliated physicians provide full-scope patient-centered cancer care. With numerous access points across Greater Houston, Memorial Hermann delivers timely and convenient cancer care including prevention, screening, treatment and survivorship support.

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Cancer Patient Support and Education

Patient Support & Education

Compassion care paired with skill, talent, and technology have helped Memorial Hermann Cancer Centers enhance the experience of cancer patients by offering outstanding support and education.

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Cancer Patient Navigation

Patient Navigation

Our experienced cancer nurses and a specialized team of Oncology Nurse Navigators help patients in the transition from diagnosis through treatment and beyond.

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Cancer survivorship and support groups

Cancer Survivorship & Wellness

Memorial Hermann provides survivors with the necessary tools and support to live a healthy, productive life furthering the wellness cancer continuum through support groups, integrative medicine, cance...

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Memorial Hermann Cancer Centers provide the entire continuum of cancer care, including prevention, education, screening, diagnosis, treatment, survivorship and rehabilitation.

Cancer Journal

The Memorial Hermann Cancer Journal focuses on the Memorial Hermann cancer system and its affiliated cancer experts; prevention, treatment and research initiatives; patient outcomes; and survivorship programs.

Cancer Rehabilitation

TIRR Memorial Hermann and the Memorial Hermann Rehabilitation Network offer comprehensive rehabilitation for those affected by cancer in the inpatient, outpatient rehabilitation and outpatient medical clinic settings.

Support Groups

Memorial Hermann Cancer Centers offer a variety of classes, events and support groups to care for the physical, social, emotional and spiritual needs that patients, survivors and caregivers have along the cancer journey.

Karen Echols

The Warning Signs Were There

Karen Echols doesn’t mince words: “I think a lot of people don’t like to talk about their poop.” The 52-year-old Houston hairdresser and mother of three, now a rectal cancer survivor, says she knows a lot about poop. But because she kept ignoring the warning signs, she came by that knowledge the hard way.

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Joseph Park

Advanced Therapy for Lung Cancer

When 78-year-old Joseph Park was diagnosed with stage IB non-small cell lung cancer in December 2019, members of Memorial Hermann’s multidisciplinary tumor board met to discuss his case and treatment options.

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