In addition to curative treatments, City of Hope myelodysplasia patients can have also access to the broad range of services offered by our
Department of Supportive Care Medicine.
The department’s staff of professionals can give expert assistance in navigating a complex hospital system as well as helping patients and loved ones with a variety of wellness issues including:
Managing side effects
Coping and maintaining emotional/social/spiritual well-being
Staying healthy during/after treatment
Guidance on eating well and cooking smart
Building caregivers’ skills
Sexual health and fertility
The Sheri & Les Biller Patient and Family Resource Center
is the heart of the Department of Supportive Care Medicine, integrating City of Hope's support services under one umbrella. The Biller Resource Center provides a warm and welcoming space where patients, families and caregivers can access the resources, education and support they need to strengthen and empower themselves, before, during and after treatment.
Our team of supportive care experts includes clinical social workers; pain and palliative care physicians and nurses; psychologists, psychiatrists; patient navigators; health educators; spiritual care chaplains; child life specialists and more. The Biller Resource Center staff may be reached at 626-256-4673, ext. 32273 (3CARE).
Tips, tools and resources to help you and your family cope with the issues that arise during and after cancer treatment.
If you have been diagnosed with a myelodysplastic syndrome disorder or are looking for a second opinion consultation about your treatment, find out more about
becoming a patient
or contact us at 800-826-HOPE.