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What Cancer Patients, Survivors, and Caregivers Need to Know about COVID-19

In light of the worldwide efforts to limit the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus), it’s normal to feel isolated. The Cancer Support Community wants to remind you that you are not alone. We are in this together.

CSC and Gilda’s Club locations near you continue to provide support and services. They offer support groups, navigation, resource referrals, and education by phone and online.

Below are some resources and support for those affected by cancer.

Chat with Cancer Support Helpline Counselors

The Cancer Support Helpline is staffed by counselors and resource specialists. They have decades of combined experience helping people affected by cancer. They provide all their services in English and Spanish. To help during this stressful time, CSC's Helpline has extended its hours.


Reach counselors and resource specialists at 888-793-9355 or by online chat.

Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. Eastern Time
Saturday - Sunday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Eastern Time

COVID-19 Vaccines: What You Need to Know

LATEST PODCAST: Experts tell us how they work, what the FDA approval process looks like, and what it means for cancer patients and their caregivers. 

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Where can you get more information about COVID-19?


The CDC is a great place to stay up to date. Learn about the virus, prevention, testing, and the current status across the U.S. The CDC has issued Guidance Documents to keep people and communities safe.

Patient advocacy organizations and medical groups have created cancer-specific information:

The Cancer Support Community provides this information as a service. It does not take the place of medical or legal care or the advice of your doctor. Talk to your doctor or other health care professionals to answer your questions and learn more. Please follow the guidance of state and federal health officials.