Provo Medical Oncology - Departments | Revere Health
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1055 North 500 West #202, Building C
Provo, Utah 84604
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Cancer Center Providers

Doctors

Advanced Care Practitioners

Services

Chemotherapy

The treatment of diseases (especially cancer), through the use of drugs that destroy cancerous cells and tissues.

Immunotherapy

Treatment that stimulates and restores the functioning of the immune system in order to fight disease.

Hematology

Diagnosis, treatment and management of blood, blood-forming organs, and blood diseases and disorders.

Palliative care

Specialized medical care that helps provide patients with relief from ailments and stress relief of serious illnesses.

Clinical Trials

Research studies that examine different medical treatments, strategies and devices to determine if they are safe for use.

Cancer patient support group

Emotional support group specifically for cancer patients to share feelings and learn from others with similar experiences.

In-office patient financial counselor

Financial coordinators help patients navigate the financial burden of cancer diagnosis, treatment and management.

Pharmacy assistance programs

Pharmacy assistance programs help low-income or underinsured patients get free or low-cost medication based on eligibility.

Weekend infusion services

Infusion therapy is an intravenous treatment to deliver medication. Select patients may be eligible for weekend infusions.

Patient Education

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