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Cancer Resource Library
At the Cancer Center of Santa Barbara, we are committed to helping you become an informed partner in your health care. Our Cancer Resource Library is a comfortable place where you can find current, comprehensive information about all aspects of cancer. The library is open to all, and services are offered at no charge. Our caring staff can assist you in locating valuable resources and can also create a personalized information search tailored to address your specific concerns. We have an extensive collection of books, audiovisuals and brochures on a variety of topics to help you understand and cope with a cancer diagnosis. Computers with Internet access are also available for you and your loved ones to use when visiting the Cancer Center.
We know you have questions about cancer. We're here to help you find answers.
Search our collection here: Cancer Resource Library Catalog. You may also find our cancer information section and list of helpful websites to be beneficial.
If you would like to check out Cancer Resource Library materials, please submit a Borrower Registration Form online. If you prefer a printed version, please stop by the Cancer Resource Library, or you may download the form. (This document requires Adobe Reader software. To download (free), click on the icon below to link to Adobe's website.)
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The Cancer Resource Library, located at 540 West Pueblo Street, is open 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday.
Have a question? Ask the librarian: Send an email to email@example.com or call (805) 563-5887. For additional library details, click here FAQ.
Materials in the Cancer Resource Library are provided for informational purposes only. The information in these materials may or may not apply to your specific condition, and it should not be construed as medical advice. Because medical information is continually changing and can be controversial, please consult your healthcare provider regarding any health concern or question you have.