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Frequently Asked Questions

I have questions about alternative therapies. Can the CLC help?

I am about to receive chemotherapy, and I am worried about side effects. What type of information can the CLC provide?

Can I search for information on my own?

I can't make it to the CLC. Can I have information delivered to me?

May I visit the CLC while my loved one is at an appointment?

Can I use the CLC if I am not a patient of Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI)?


Where is the Cancer Learning Center (CLC)?

The CLC is on the sixth floor of the cancer hospital.

I have questions about alternative therapies. Can the CLC help?

Yes. Our staff can provide answers to your questions about natural remedies, vitamins, supplements, and homeopathic or alternative treatments.

I am about to receive chemotherapy, and I am worried about side effects. What type of information can the CLC provide?

The CLC staff can provide information about managing side effects of cancer and its treatments. Let our knowledgeable information specialists help.

Can I search for information on my own?

Yes. Our staff is always happy to assist patients and family members, but if you prefer to look through our resource library on your own, you may. The CLC is a comforting, relaxing environment where you can get away from the clinical setting.

I can't make it to the CLC. Can I have information delivered to me?

Yes. We can send information to you in the mail or deliver it to you during your appointments at HCI. You can return information through the mail, at the CLC, or to one of our book drops located in Clinic 2B and the A level of the cancer hospital.

May I visit the CLC while my loved one is at an appointment?

Yes. You are welcome to watch a movie, read a book, take a nap, or just relax in a quiet place.

Can I use the CLC if I am not a patient of Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI)?

Yes. The CLC is free and open to the public as well as HCI patients.