Anal Cancer

While chemotherapy and radiation are front-line tools against anal cancer, doctors may recommend minimally invasive surgery that attempts to save the sphincter muscles.   

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Basal Cell Carcinoma

Our doctors will consider the cancer's location and the tumor's depth before deciding on your treatment, which may include minor procedures or chemotherapy and radiation in advanced cases.

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B-cell Lymphoma

A B-cell lymphoma diagnosis can be tough, but our team is here to give you quality care. Depending on the stage and growth rate of the lymphoma, we will create the best treatment plan for you.

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Bladder Cancer

Our treatment approach for bladder cancer depends on its type and stage. We may use minimally invasive surgery to remove the tumor and then follow up with drug therapy.

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Bone Cancer

Our team of oncologists and specialists will develop a personalized treatment plan that may involve a combination of surgery, chemotherapy, radiation and other therapies.

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Breast Cancer

Receiving a breast cancer diagnosis is a scary time in any woman’s life. Our compassionate breast care team is here to nurture you throughout the treatment and recovery process.

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Cancer of Unknown Primary - CUP

Our oncologists will run tests to locate the original source of the cancer to guide a personalized treatment plan for you.

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Carcinoid Tumor

Depending on size and location, carcinoid tumors may require a combination of surgery, chemotherapy and radiation. 

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Cervical Cancer

Our oncologists will diagnose the stage and spread of your cancer, and may perform minimally invasive surgery that may reduce your pain and speed recovery, along with other treatment.

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Ductal Carcinoma

Ductal carcinoma, the most common form of breast cancer, either is confined to the milk ducts (in situ) or has broken through to surrounding tissue (invasive).

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Endometrial Cancer

This disease, which begins in the lining of the uterus, is the most common form of cancer affecting a woman’s reproductive system. It also is called cancer of the uterus or uterine cancer.

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Epithelial Tumors

Epithelial ovarian tumors develop from the cells that cover the outer surface of the ovary.

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Esophageal Cancer

Our multidisciplinary team of medical, surgical, and radiation oncologists will develop an individualized treatment plan that includes the removal of the esophageal cancer tumor.

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Fallopian Tube Cancer

Our gynecologic oncology team will typically treat this, the rarest of all gynecological cancers, with a minimally invasive surgery to minimize pain and speed recovery, along with other treatments.

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Head and Neck Cancer

Our multidisciplinary team of medical, surgical, and radiation oncologists who specialize in head and neck cancers will develop a personalized treatment plan based on your condition.

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Inflammatory Breast Cancer

Our oncology team can confirm whether observable changes in your breast, including redness or swelling, may indicate a rare form of breast cancer that often is detected late or misdiagnosed.

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Lobular Carcinoma

Our oncology team will determine whether your breast cancer is contained and can be removed through minimally invasive surgery, or whether more extensive surgery may be required.

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Lung Cancer

Our team of specialized and highly trained doctors will develop a treatment plan personalized to treat your particular lung cancer.

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Lymphoma

Our oncology specialists will develop a personalized treatment plan for your lymphoma that may include radiation, biotherapy, chemotherapy, and bone marrow or stem cell transplants.

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Male Breast Cancer

Men diagnosed with breast cancer typically have ductal carcinoma, an aggressive form that may spread quickly. Our oncologists confirm a diagnosis and make recommendations for treatment.

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Mantle Cell Lymphoma

Mantle cell lymphoma usually requires aggressive treatment. We will develop a treatment plan for you that may include chemotherapy, a bone marrow transplant, radiation and newly approved drugs.

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Mediastinal Tumors

Mediastinal tumors grow in the area of the chest that separates your lungs, and may affect different types of tissue. Not all of these tumors are cancerous, but all should be removed.

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Melanoma

Our team of specialists, which includes dermatologists, oncologists, and surgeons, will develop a treatment plan for you that may include surgery and, in advanced cases, radiation.

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Merkel Cell Carcinoma

Our multidisciplinary team of specialists, including dermatologists and oncologists, will develop an individualized treatment plan that may include surgery, radiation and chemotherapy.

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Mucosal Melanoma

Our multidisciplinary team of specialists, including dermatologists and oncologists, will develop an individualized treatment plan that may include surgery, radiation and chemotherapy.

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Multiple Myeloma

Our oncology team will develop treatment based on your diagnosis and your overall health. We may use chemotherapy, drug combinations, radiation, a bone marrow transplant and other therapies.

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Muscle Invasive and Advanced Bladder Cancer

Our team of oncologists and surgeons will consider treatment options based on your age and the extent of the cancer. Treatment most likely will involve chemotherapy, surgery and radiation.

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Neck Cancer

Our multidisciplinary team of oncology specialists will develop a treatment plan based on the condition and stage of your cancer, whether it's in the larynx, pharynx, tonsils or lymph nodes.

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Nodular Melanoma

Our team of specialists, which includes dermatologists, oncologists and surgeons, will develop a treatment plan for you that may include surgery, radiation, chemotherapy and other therapies.

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Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma

Our team of blood specialists and medical and radiation oncologists will create a personalized plan to treat non-Hodgkin lymphoma and destroy abnormal blood cells.

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Nonmelanoma Skin Cancer

Your treatment plan will depend primarily on the type of non-melanoma and its stage. We will develop an individualized approach that may include surgery, radiation and other therapies.

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Oral Cavity

Our oncologists will develop an individualized treatment plan based on the site and stage of your oral cancer and your overall health.

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Ovarian Cancer

Ovarian cancer is the second-most common form of gynecologic cancer. Our gynecologic oncology team will determine the best treatment for you based on whether or not your cancer is confined to the ovaries.

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Pancreatic Cancer

Pancreatic cancer forms in the tissues of the pancreas.

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Penile Cancer

Depending on your health, the type and stage of the cancer, our multidisciplinary team of urologic, medical and radiation oncologists will develop a personalized treatment plan that may include surgery.

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Prostate Cancer

Depending on your age, health and the cancer's stage, our multidisciplinary team of urologic, medical and radiation oncologists will create a treatment plan for you that may include surgery.

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Rectal Cancer

When this cancer is found early, surgically removing the tumor can lead to a cure. Our surgeons can employ advanced, minimally invasive techniques that minimize complications.

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Recurrent Breast Cancer

If cancer returns to your breast or affects another part of your body months or years after it originally was treated, our oncology team will recommend a personalized course of action.

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Salivary Gland

Our specialized, multidisciplinary oncology team will develop a personalized plan to remove your tumor, whether it’s in the parotid, sublingual or submandibular glands.

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Skin Cancer

Our team will base your treatment primarily on the stage and type of skin cancer. We may use surgery, radiation, chemotherapy and other therapies alone or in various combinations.

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Stomach (Gastric) Cancer

Our team of oncology specialists will develop a treatment plan based on your condition and type of stomach tumor. Surgery is the common treatment, and multiple other therapies are available.

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Stromal Tumors

Ovarian stromal tumors develop from connective tissue cells that hold the ovary together.

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Superficial Spreading Melanoma

Our specialists, including dermatologists, oncologists and surgeons, will develop an individualized treatment plan for you that may include surgery and radiation, in advanced cases.

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Testicular Cancer

Depending on the type and stage of testicular cancer, our team of urologic, medical and radiation oncologists will develop a personalized treatment plan for you that may include surgery.

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Throat

Throat cancer can occur in the larynx, pharynx, tonsils or lymph nodes. After a diagnosis, our multidisciplinary oncology team will develop a treatment plan that works best for your care.

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Thymoma

Our multidisciplinary team of medical, surgical and radiation oncologists will develop a personalized plan to remove this rare cancer from the thymus gland.

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Thyroid Cancer

If you've been diagnosed with thyroid cancer, our oncology team will develop a personalized treatment plan, which may include surgery, radiation and chemotherapy.

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Transitional Cell Carcinoma

Our team of urologic and medical oncologists will develop a personalized treatment plan for you that may include surgery, chemotherapy and immunotherapy for this common bladder cancer.

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Urothelial (Transitional Cell) Carcinoma

Our multidisciplinary team of urologic and medical oncologists will develop a personalized plan that may include surgery, chemotherapy and immunotherapy for this common bladder cancer.

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Uterine Cancer

Uterine cancer, also called endometrial cancer or cancer of the uterus, is the most common form of cancer affecting a woman's reproductive system.

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Uterine Sarcoma

Our gynecologic oncology doctors may recommend personalized treatment options that may include a combination of surgery, chemotherapy, radiation and other therapies.

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Vaginal Cancer

Our gynecologic specialists will diagnose this extremely rare cancer for severity and spread, and may perform minimally invasive surgery to minimize pain and speed recovery, along with radiation.

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Voice Box (Laryngeal) Cancer

Our multidisciplinary team of oncology specialists will develop a treatment plan based on your general health, the location of the cancer and whether it has spread.

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Vulvar Cancer

This rare cancer responds well to early treatment. Our gynecologic oncology team may recommend and perform surgery along with other treatment.

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