Cancer screening helps catch cancer early to increase the chance of successful treatment. Learn about cancer screening & diagnosis at cCARE.
Cancer surgery involves performing surgery to treat cancerous cells and tissue by physically removing cancer cells and nearby tissue from the body.
Chemotherapy distributes chemicals into the patient designed to attack cancer cells. Learn how chemotherapy treatment is delivered, its benefits and possible side effects.
Complementary & integrative medicine helps manage cancer patients’ side effects from cancer treatment to improve physical and emotional health.
Hormone therapy is a type of treatment used to block or eliminate hormones from the body to slow or prevent the growth of certain types of cancer cells. Learn how hormone therapy is administered and the types of cancer that the therapy may treat.
Immunotherapy for cancer involves medications and treatments that boost and support the body’s immune system to attack and destroy cancer cells. This page discusses treatment methods, types of cancer treated by immunotherapy and side effects.
Neurosurgery is an operation performed to remove brain tumors and spinal tumors that are sometimes cancerous and to obtain a biopsy for diagnosis.
As a service to our patients, we provide on-site medication dispensing for oral chemotherapy medications we prescribe as well as some other prescriptions related to our treatments.
Radiation therapy uses high doses of radio energy to kill cancer cells and shrink tumors. Learn about the benefits and side effects of radiation therapy.
A stem cell transplant infuses healthy stem cells into a patient’s body to replace stem cells that have been damaged by disease, chemotherapy or radiation.
Targeted therapy is a form of chemotherapy that marks, or targets, certain traits of a cell and interferes with the cancerous properties in that trait. Learn more about risks and side effects.