Office of Institutional Advancement

Neu Center for Supportive Medicine & Cancer Survivorship

Neu Center for Supportive Medicine & Cancer Survivorship

Cancer is more than a physical disease—it affects a person’s mind, their spirit, and their well-being. Launched thanks to a $3 million donation from Espy and David Neu, the Neu Center for Supportive Medicine and Cancer Survivorship will serve as a comprehensive resource for psychosocial care and research, ensuring patients feel supported and emotionally healthy as they confront and recover from cancer.


Psychosocial Support

The Neu Center will provide robust, personalized psychosocial support for all cancer patients, regardless of financial resources, from diagnosis through treatment. This work will help establish evidence-based best practices that will set a new standard of care and influence how care is reimbursed.

Care Coordination

Care Coordination

Cancer care increasingly relies on coordinating various specialists, from oncologists to surgeons to dietitians. The Neu Center provides care coordination to help patients navigate the process.



Survivorship Resources

We will provide a comprehensive toolkit and library of resources for ongoing cancer survivorship support.


You can help

You Can Help

At Jefferson’s Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center, we know great healthcare is more than healing hands: it’s holding hands too. By making a gift to the Neu Center, you support caring that maximizes wellbeing in every domain of life—social, emotional, work, home, recreation—from diagnosis through treatment to recovery. It’s healing focused not just on the cancer but on the person. Please make a gift today.


To learn more, please contact Jonathan Agree, AVP of Development for the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center, at 215-503-6058 or