Breast Cancer Resources

Dr. Arpana Naik with a patient in clinic
Dr. Arpana Naik is an expert breast cancer surgeon at the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute. She makes sure her patients understand their options.

Please see the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute’s Patient and Family Resources page for additional resources, including cancer information lines and tips for caregivers.

Clinical trials

The Knight Cancer Institute is always researching better ways to prevent, detect and treat cancer. Your care team can answer questions about whether a trial is right for you.

Knight Cancer Institute and OHSU services

  • Acupuncture: Acupuncture can be an effective way to manage some side effects of cancer treatment. 
  • Cancer nutrition services: Our cancer dietitians can help you manage the effects of cancer and cancer treatment on nutrition and appetite. They can also help you prepare for and recover from surgery. 
  • OHSU Breast Center: The center offers comprehensive breast-health services such as screening and genetic testing.
  • Palliative care: Our specialists can help you manage symptoms and anxiety. They can also provide emotional support to you and your family. You do not have to be terminally ill or to have stopped life-prolonging treatment to receive these services. 
  • Patient Education Resource Center: A patient navigator from the American Cancer Society helps with lodging, rides, peer support, looking better and more. Free hats, wigs and head scarves are also available at the center, on the seventh floor of the Center for Health & Healing.
  • Rehabilitation services: Physical therapists, speech therapists and other rehabilitation experts can help you reach your full potential after cancer treatment. Services include care for lymphedema and other side effects of breast cancer and treatment.
  • Rood Family Pavilion: OHSU’s guest house offers accommodations to out-of-town patients.
  • Cancer social work services: Our social workers can help you and your family cope. They can also help with needs such as lodging and transportation. 
  • Survivorship services: Our Transitions program offers support and other services to breast cancer patients moving from active treatment to follow-up care.

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A photo of the Patient Education Resource Center with chairs, tables, and many shelves of informational brochures.
Our Patient Education Resource Center is on the seventh floor of
the Center for Health & Healing Building 1, South Waterfront Campus.

Support services in the community

For patients

Call 503-494-4673 to:

  • Make an appointment
  • Seek a second opinion
  • Ask questions


Parking is free for patients and their visitors.

Center for Health & Healing Building 2
3485 S. Bond Ave.
Portland, OR 97239
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