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Cancer is complex and its care can be complicated, so we want to make your experience as our patient as simple and positive as possible.

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Why choose Massey?

Our patients choose VCU Massey Cancer Center for two key reasons: the treatment options we provide and the cancer specialists who provide them.

We offer the clinical services and advanced treatment options that are only available at a National Cancer Institute-designated cancer center like ours. Massey is one of only two cancer centers in Virginia designated by NCI, and one of only 71 in the United States.

We have hundreds of top cancer specialists serving the needs of our patients. Massey’s health care team provides a wealth of expertise in cancer diagnosis, treatment, prevention and symptom management.

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Massey supports hundreds of top cancer specialists serving the needs of our patients. Massey’s medical team provides a wealth of expertise in cancer diagnosis, treatment, prevention and symptom management.

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Whether you are faced with a diagnosis of cancer, need help evaluating and reducing your risk for cancer or are being screened for early detection of cancer, VCU Massey Cancer Center is here to help.

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Your safety and COVID-19

Keeping you safe during COVID-19

We have implemented changes in our clinics to mitigate the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic to keep you safe.

Updated telehealth information

Measures are in place to replace face-to-face consultations and follow-up appointments with virtual visits when medically appropriate.

Parking, arrival and visitors

Many of our policies have changed with the COVID-19 pandemic - find out what to expect.
Resources and support services

Resources and support services

Massey offers a number of patient support services, including educational, emotional, spiritual and social resources.

Survivorship

Survivorship

More and more people live long and productive lives after cancer diagnosis and treatment, thanks to the continued advancements being made in cancer research.

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