Health Resources

CPMC Research Clinical Trials - Through CPMC’s Research Institute, we offer clinical, basic science, and translational research, including oncology clinical trials. Participating in clinical research gives you access to new treatments that may or may not be better than those already available.


California Pacific Currents -  The California Pacific Medical Center Research Institute (CPMCRI) brings clinicians and researchers together to discover improved treatments and diagnostic technologies. 


Brest Cancer Clinical Trials -  At California Pacific Medical Center, over 350 clinical trials initiated through the Office of Clinical Research offer patients access to an extensive portfolio of studies potentially suited to their particular health concerns.  


Community Health Resource Center - People today take a more active role than ever before in making decisions about health care. Smart lifestyle choices are every bit as important to healthy living as eating balanced meals and exercising regularly. The Community Health Resource Center can help you find the information and resources you and your family need.


American Cancer Society - The American Cancer Society is dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem by preventing cancer, saving lives, and diminishing suffering through research education advocacy and service.


Cancer Issues - Trusted and timely Cancer information. Read about Colon, Lung, Prostate, Skin and many other forms of Cancer. Learn about new treatments and side effects of Chemotherapy.


Cancer Links - Building Opportunities for Self-Sufficiency contains international links in many languages providing comprehensive information about cancer, its effects and treatment. Includes special sections, Entre Mujeres (Spanish Breast Cancer information), Inflammatory Breast Cancer with a Spanish version, Yoga for Illness and Health by Alexandra Andrews, Inflammatory Breast Cancer Survivor.


myDNA - Depression Related to Cancer - myDNA's cancer center provides general information on living with cancer, treatment options and alternative therapies.


Imaginis - The Breast Cancer Resource - Our mission is to provide you with the most reliable, in-depth information on breast cancer and related women's health issues. Within our thousands of pages of physician-edited information, we explain complicated medical terms in everyday language to assist you in making informed decisions on prevention and treatment.

National Cancer Institute - The National Cancer Institute coordinates the National Cancer Program, which conducts and supports research, training, health information dissemination, and other programs with respect to the cause, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of cancer, rehabilitation from cancer, and the continuing care of cancer patients and the families of cancer patients.


The Cancer Club - It's been said laughter is wonderful medicine and Christine Clifford Beckwith offers us living proof. Diagnosed with cancer at age 40 and at the peak of her near-legendary sales career, she treated it like another challenge, and overcame it with a unique treatment: humor.


Chemotherapy.com - Educational and support information about chemotherapy and associated side effects for cancer patients and their caregivers.


CancerSymptoms.org - This website is designed for patient information and caregivers to provide information on learning about and managing each of ten common cancer treatment symptoms: anorexia, cognitive dysfunction, depression, dyspnea, fatigue, hormonal disturbances, neutropenia, pain, peripheral neuropathy, and sexual dysfunction.


Chemocare.com - Scott Hamilton's new website designed to provide the latest information about chemotherapy to patients and their families, caregivers and friends. Cancer is a complicated, challenging disease. We're here to help alleviate you concerns by outlining everything you need to know and supplementing what you may already have learned from your healthcare professional.

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Phone: (415) 923-3012


Fax: (415) 928-4840  


Parking: Self-paid parking is available in the Pacific Professional Building garage which is entered on Webster St. between Clay St. and Sacramento St. If the garage is full, there is a second garage across the street that can be accessed on Clay St. Metered street parking is also available in the neighborhood. 

Pacific Hematology Oncology Associates

2100 Webster Street, San Francisco, California 94115, United States

Phone Hours      9:00 am - 5:00 pm 


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