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Stop by The Learning Center each Wednesday for information and giveaways. Topics repeat each month on a weekly rotation.

Wednesdays, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Main Building, Floor 4, Elevator A
Mays Clinic, Floor 2, near Elevator T

Week 1: Finding Reliable Health Information Online
Week 2: Relaxation and Stress Reduction
Week 3: Caring for the Caregiver
Week 4: Questions to Ask Your Medical Team

Welcome to The Learning Center's Recommended Resources

Recommended Resources are guides to information on cancers and cancer-related topics which have been developed by the librarians and health educators in The Learning Center at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. (Esta página en español.)

About The Learning Center

Look for information by cancer type or related topic by opening the menus below.

 
 

New in The Learning Center

Caring for a Young Person With Cancer: Professional Guidance for Parents and Partners
By Anne D. Katz

The Mexican Vegetarian Cookbook
By Margarita Carrillo Arronte

Prostate Cancer and the Man You Love: Supporting and Caring for Your Loved One
By Anne Katz

I Am Okay to Feel
By Karamo Brown and Jason "Rachel" Brown

Inciting Joy: Essays
By Ross Gay

 

 

Levit Family Learning Center
Mays Clinic, Floor 2, Elevator T
713-563-8010

Theodore N. Law Learning Center
Main Building, Floor 4, Elevator A
713-745-8063

www.MDAnderson.org/TLC | AskTLCstaff@MDAnderson.org

Holden Foundation Learning Center
Jesse  H. Jones Rotary House International
 

The Learning Center provides materials for information purposes only. The materials are not a substitute for medical advice. Medical information can change over time. You should talk with your health care team if you have any questions or concerns regarding your personal health situation.