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Anew® Cancer Survivorship

Your Anew® team gives you the helping hand, guidance and support you need to heal the whole you.

The Brighter Side Boutique

Cancer Program Services

Comprehensive Care

Cancer Treatment

The best care, for you.

Accredited Cancer Program

 


As a Commission on Cancer (CoC)-accredited program for over 20 years, the Cancer Center at HSHS St. Nicholas Hospital offers compassionate care including a complete range of state-of-the-art services and equipment, and the latest in advanced breast diagnostic imaging.

A multidisciplinary team coordinates the best available treatment options that includes assess to cancer clinical trials through our affiliation with the NCI recognized HSHS St. Vincent Cancer Research Institute. 

 

Contact us

HSHS St. Nicholas Hospital Cancer Center 920-459-8300


Statistics

 

13.7 million people living in America are cancer survivors

HSHS St. Nicholas Hospital is providing health, healing and hope to those battling cancer.

Prevention, Education and Support

 

All-inclusive lung cancer screening & consultation 

Unlike most other lung screening programs, participants in our program receive two full consultations from our highly trained and supportive health care team.

Our skilled providers explain your results in person and are ready to answer all of your questions.

Cancer Survivor Story

 

“I was told that I would be in good hands here in Sheboygan, and it felt good knowing that I wouldn’t have to travel to Milwaukee or somewhere farther away, ” said Brian. “Treatment can make you tired and weak, and it was nice to be so close to home.”
 
Brian, a Sheboygan Falls resident, was diagnosed with squamous cell cancer after he discovered a growing lump on his neck. Like many who receive a cancer diagnosis, Brian and his wife, Kim were left feeling scared and uncertain of the future.
 
“It was one of those moments other people have that you don’t think you’re ever going to have,” recalls Kim. “It feels like the world is crashing in on you.”
 

The Pagels say the compassionate, well- coordinated care Brian received at HSHS St. Nicholas Hospital Cancer Center helped to ease the fear and stress they felt. During five months of chemotherapy and radiation treatment, the doctors, nurses and staff became like family to them.
 
“They’re all very friendly, they’re all very professional and they’re all very caring,” said Brian. “You can tell they really care about what they do.”   
 
And when his cancer treatment was complete, Brian regained his strength and ability to return to work and everyday life with the help of cancer rehabilitation through the Anew℠ Cancer Survivorship program at HSHS St. Nicholas Hospital Cancer Center. “The therapy I had after my cancer treatments really helped me to build up my strength, stamina and dexterity,” said Brian.
 
Brian remains cancer-free and grateful to all of those at HSHS St. Nicholas Hospital Cancer Center who helped him become the survivor he is today. 

Cancer Care

HSHS St. Nicholas Hospital is proud to provide cancer prevention, diagnosis, treatment, supportive care and survivorship with an emphasis on convenience for our patients and their families with a team approach to cancer care. That means our patients are often able to receive testing and screenings, receive treatment and visit their physician all in one location, providing comprehensive, all-in-one cancer care.
St. Nicholas Cancer Care

  Anew® Cancer Survivorship

  Low-Dose CT Lung Screening

  Cancer Center

  Cancer Treatment

  Clinical Trials

  Continual Care

  Infusion Center

  The Brighter Side Boutique

 

Our team will support you every step of the way should you need additional imaging, treatment or surgery.

Patient Stories

Brian's Story

“I was told that I would be in good hands here in Sheboygan, and it felt good knowing that I wouldn’t have to travel to Milwaukee or somewhere farther away, ” said Brian. “Treatment can make you tired and weak, and it was nice to be so close to home.”

Robert's Story: The Happiest Days of His Life

On June 19, 2017, 76-year-old Robert Wangemann heard the words that no one wants to hear. He was diagnosed with stomach cancer and in the immediate days that followed, he struggled to drink small amounts of water without being in excruciating pain.