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Cancer treatment is constantly evolving. So are we.

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Learning the facts about patient experiences and survival rates may help you make more informed decisions about your care.

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Expert cancer treatment

The modern era of cancer treatment is constantly evolving, with new breakthroughs and discoveries changing the course of care at a rapid clip. Deciding which combination of treatments is right for you is critical. It can also be overwhelming. That’s why it is important to turn to doctors who treat every stage of cancer.

Our team of oncologists includes board-certified specialists with advanced training and expertise in many cancers—including breast, lung, prostate, colorectal, melanoma, throat, cervical, ovarian, pancreatic, lymphomas and more—as well as the wide array of treatment options available to fight them. These medical specialists are just some of the experts delivering comprehensive care at Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA).

Each patient’s care team is assembled according to that patient’s needs. Some members of the care team, like the medical or radiation oncologist, are dedicated to treating the cancer. Others, such as the dietitian or the pain management physician, help the patient manage the side effects of cancer, to reduce the risk of treatment delays and improve quality of life.

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Advances in cancer treatments

Advances and innovations in the treatment of cancer have created a variety of new options for patients diagnosed with the disease. Immunotherapy and targeted therapy drugs, for instance, have added important options to the list of cancer treatments, and advanced genomic testing is giving doctors the opportunity to treat cancer on a cellular level for some patients.

At CTCA®, we’re committed to bringing our patients new advances in cancer treatments. One way we do that is by offering clinical trials that may lead to new treatments and offer patients options that may not otherwise be available to them.