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Cancer treatments

Cancer is treated in several ways, depending on each person’s health and type and stage of cancer. If you have been diagnosed with cancer, it is important for you to know that you play an important role in the treatment planning process. Offering input, asking questions and expressing your concerns about treatment can help make treatment a better experience.

Cancer is treated in several ways, depending on each person’s medical condition and type of cancer. Common treatments involve chemotherapy and radiation therapy. Other treatments include surgery and biological therapies.

For many people with cancer, treatment is a process that is designed to meet their needs. Physicians plan treatments based on several key factors, such as the type and stage of the cancer, as well as the person’s age, health and lifestyle. If you have been diagnosed with cancer, it is important for you to know that you play an important role in the treatment process. Offering input, asking questions and expressing your concerns about treatment can help make treatment a better experience.

There is a great deal of information to learn about the cancer treatment process, including various cancer treatment options — their goals and side effects.

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Treatments in clinical trials may be more effective or have fewer side effects than the treatments that are currently available. With more than 200 studies for multiple types of cancers and cancer prevention, Massey supports a wide array of clinical trials.

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Angiogenesis Inhibitors

Biological Therapy

Cellular Immunotherapies and Transplant Program

Chemotherapy

Genetic Counseling

Hormone Therapy

Hyperthermia

Integrative Medicine

Laser Therapy

Liver Transplantation

Palliative Care

Precision Cancer Treatment

Radiation Oncology

Rehabilitation

Surgery