Education and Resource Library
We want to provide information that helps you learn more about cancer and the cancer experience. Our on-site Education and Resource Library offers trusted, easy-to-understand information that removes the mystery from life with cancer and can help you and your loved ones feel better about the choices you make in managing your cancer care. Our Library offers books and materials to review in our comfortable facility or check-out and take home. All Frankly speaking About Cancer materials are available at no cost.
Diamond Hill Capital Management Resource and Education Library
A variety of cancer-specific resources are available at no cost from the Diamond Hill Capital Management Resource and Education Library. Our materials are reviewed by medical experts including oncologists, nurses, social workers, patient advocacy groups and even patients and caregivers. In our books, you will see pictures and read quotes from real people who have experience with cancer.
The materials, some of which are available in Spanish, cover a wide range of topics. The children’s books include age-appropriate material to help kids understand cancer, clarify misconceptions or preconceived ideas that may be producing unnecessary fear or anxiety, and help them realize they’re not alone. Please visit us at our Old Henderson Road facility to browse and take home helpful materials. Click here for directions.
Children’s books and resources are provided through support from the John F. Grothaus Memorial Fund, the Mercator Club and Bob Evans Farms.
Frankly Speaking About Cancer®
Cancer Support Community’s landmark cancer education series provides sound medical and psychological information for people living with cancer and their loved ones. Our growing library offers nearly 50 no-cost publications along with workshops, webinars and digital content that provide an in-depth look into a variety of concerns people with cancer and their loved ones face after a diagnosis. These easy-to-understand, cancer-specific resources will help you develop deeper knowledge about cancer and help you talk with your doctor and other members of your healthcare team.
These publications are available free of charge in our onsite Education and Resource Library. Learn more about Frankly Speaking About Cancer here, or email Angie Santangelo, Clinical Program Director, to order Frankly Speaking About Cancer guides.
Types of Cancer
- Brain cancer
- Breast cancer
- Colorectal cancer
- Liver cancer
- Lung cancer
- Metastatic breast cancer
- Multiple myeloma
- Ovarian cancer
- Prostate cancer
- Skin cancer
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...So that no one faces cancer alone
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