Bone marrow transplants are often a core treatment for different kinds of blood cancers. Cancer support services at UT Southwestern’s Harold C. Simmons Comprehensive Cancer Center are designed to help you and your family through the transplant process and beyond.
Our support services include:
Our licensed clinical psychologists are trained to help cancer patients relieve the stress, sadness, and nervousness that can be associated with cancer and its treatments.
Our series of 10 seminars addresses important themes that can arise during the cancer journey, including family relationships, exercise, and fear of recurrence.
Therapies such as art therapy and expressive writing are designed to improve well-being and quality of life during and after cancer treatment.
Nutrition is an important part of cancer treatment. Our dietitians help patients make informed food choices and ensure nutritional needs are being met during and after treatment.
Cancer rehabilitation specialists help you maintain functional independence or return you to independence.
Social workers trained to work with cancer patients are available to assist with any of the challenges you may face during or after treatment.
Our chaplains provide interfaith support for you, your caregivers, and your family.
Meeting with others who have gone through or are going through similar cancer journeys can be supportive and therapeutic. Cancer support groups focus on compassion and access to resources.
Our coordinators help as you transition between care settings, such as from a hospital to home.
Request an Appointment
To schedule a visit with a bone marrow transplant specialist at UT Southwestern’s facilities in Dallas or to learn more about our services, request an appointment or call 214-645-8300.