We have more than 250 members - physicians and scientists – involved in more than 200 clinical trials, giving their patients access to the most innovative diagnosis and treatment protocols available. Our investigators publish roughly 200 scientific papers annually in major medical journals.
Cancer Center physicians provide services to patients at several affiliated hospitals.
Adult patients are treated at the Froedtert & the Medical College Clinical Cancer Center at Froedtert Hospital:
9200 W. Wisconsin Ave.
Milwaukee, WI 53226
Beyond Being a Patient
For information on community education programs visit the Center for Healthy Communities and Research website.
Medical College of Wisconsin Library, located on the third floor of the Medical College Health Research Center. View library locations, hours and contact information. To check out material you can purchase a library card for $35 a year. Contact MCW Libraries at (414) 955-8302.
Children's Wisconsin Library is located at at Children's Wisconsin.
The Froedtert and Dynacare Community Health Resource Center (CHRC), a joint program with the Medical College of Wisconsin Libraries, offers a wealth of informational resources for patients and their families. Resources available within the CHRC include: computer stations with Internet access, medical books and periodicals, videotapes on relevant healthcare topics, and a video viewing room.
Small Stones: A one-stop health resource center
Small Stones provides answers to your most challenging health questions. It is staffed exclusively by nurse educators and offers a wide range of informational resources. Small Stones will help you better understand and improve your health. Check out the extensive array of books, audio/video tapes, yoga and exercise accessories, beauty and bath items, journals, new mom gifts, aromatherapy oils and other great ideas. Visit the Small Stones website for location and hours information.
Nutritional Counseling Service
Diet is an important part of fighting cancer. The Froedtert & the Medical College Cancer Center enjoys the services of a full-time registered dietitian to assist patients with their nutritional needs. For more information, call (414) 805-4489.
Midwest Athletes Against Childhood Cancer (MACC Fund)
The MACC Fund is the Cancer Center's largest single donor. View the MACC Fund website for more information.
- The American Cancer Society provides facts about cancer, and offers programs.
- The National Cancer Institute site provides information on types of cancer, treatments, testing for cancer and more.
- The National Cancer Institute's Cancer Trials Website for information on cancer studies.
- The Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results (SEER) Program of the National Cancer Institute has cancer incidence and survival rates in the United States.
Information, education, and encouragement are offered in free support groups that are open to the public. For more information, call (414) 805-3055 or the contact number listed under each group. Please call to confirm time, date, and location.
Contact Celeste at (414) 805-2629.
After Breast Cancer Diagnosis - ABCD, is a nonprofit, tax exempt 501(c) 3 organization founded in 1999 and based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Head and Neck Cancer
This support group is for any patient who has had cancer of the head and neck. Spouses and family members are welcome. Meets the first Tuesday of every month. Cancer Center Conference Room, Froedtert Hospital East, 3rd Floor, 11 a.m.-12 p.m.
Contact Maria (414) 456-6978 or email@example.com.
The chapter meets the first Thursday of the even numbered months (Feb., April, Aug., Oct., and Dec.) at 5:30-7 p.m. at Froedtert Hospital, West Side 1st Floor, Helfaer Conference Rooms A & B. Attendance is free to everyone. We have a GREAT group of men that have had a variety of treatments and have been survivors for a varying number of years. Many of our members have expressed that they "appreciate the camaraderie to help relieve apprehension and not feel so alone."
Transportation and Housing
The Medical College of Wisconsin Cancer Center suggests the following resources for housing arrangements and transportation for patients and family members.
- Many area hotels and motels offer discounted rates to Cancer Center patients. For more information see the Milwaukee Regional Medical Center Hotels & Lodging page.
Kathy's House, 600 N. 103 St., Milwaukee, WI 53226, is located about a mile from our affiliated hospitals, and is an independent hospitality house where out-of-town patients, family members, and caregivers can stay overnight. There is no charge, but donations are appreciated. The lodging is comfortable, offering 18 private bedrooms with baths. (414) 453-8290 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Cancer Center is served by three Milwaukee Transit System bus routes, #10, #67 and #31. Travel time from Downtown Milwaukee is about a half hour. For rider information, call (414) 344-6711.