Survivorship Resource Library
The Resource Library is a special place for survivors to connect, learn and relax away from the bustle of daily care and treatment.
Located within the Coborn Cancer Center, the library is a place for patients and families to find the most up-to-date cancer information they need as they move through therapy and then transition back to their lives after treatment. Our goal is to keep cancer survivors and the community connected to information related to cancer and its treatment as well as issues related to survivorship.
Coborn Cancer Center Resource Library |
The library is staffed by Coborn Cancer Center professionals and volunteers. We take pride in the wide range of information available and our ability to help you find the information you need. Brochures, reference materials and books are available offering the most current information related to cancer.
Our library computers feature “Oncology Interactive,” a computer program developed by more than 300 oncology professionals. The award-winning Oncology Interactive™ Education Series (OIES™) helps patients gain control through comprehensive cancer education. Internet connections to the National Institutes of Health, the American Cancer Society, National Cancer Institute and many other key cancer resources are also available.
We encourage you to visit the Resource Library. It’s available to patients, professionals and the community during clinic hours, or if you’d like assistance, please call (320) 229-4907 and we will work with you to find the information you’re looking for.
The Resource Library is provided by the generous philanthropic support of the Bauerly Family and the MDU Foundation.
"If you have knowledge, let others light their candles at it." -- Margaret Fuller
1900 CentraCare Circle, Suite 1600
St. Cloud, MN 56303
(877) 229-4907 toll-free
(320) 229-5160 fax