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The Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute is a center of excellence at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. The Cancer Institute is Arkansas' premier cancer research and treatment facility.

The Cancer Institute offers comprehensive medical treatment driven by state-of-the-art research to patients from every Arkansas county, all 50 states and about 40 foreign countries.

If you are a new patient and need to make an appointment, call (501) 296-1200.

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Find Your Clinic

Use this quick guide to find your way through the Cancer Institute. Learn more

Relaxation Room

Relaxation Room

A Relaxation Room is available for patients and caregivers in need of a quiet place to rest while visiting the Cancer Institute. Learn more

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FAQs of myChart

Learn about myChart, a free online service that gives you access to your UAMS medical information. Learn More

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Rockstar Lounge

An event benefiting the Cancer Institute featuring Prince and the Revolution tribute band, Vince and the Revelation. Buy Tickets


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Cancer Patient Stories

After their cancer treatment is complete, patients toss a token in the Seed of Hope sculpture during a small ceremony with their family to honor their courage and survivorship, while providing hope to other patients.

  • Lung Cancer Survivor

    Breast Cancer Survivor

    Heidi Brodmarkle: I want people to know how important it is to pay attention to your body, trust your doctors and stay positive.

  • Sarcoma Survivor

    Squamous Cell Carcinoma Survivor

    Tom Seliga: My wife and I are now looking forward to spending time with our grandkids and enjoying retirement.

  • Multiple Myeloma Survivor

    Multiple Myeloma Survivor

    Valerie Kane: When you’re diagnosed with cancer, you’re frightened. It’s like you’ve been hit by a Mac truck. However, there is hope. This is the place to come.

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Little Rock, Arkansas 72205
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