Cancer Treatment Options

See Cancer Differently™

Cancer treatments are individualized for our patients and their particular condition. That starts with advanced genetic testing that allows us to evaluate more than 50 cancer-related genes and more than 2,800 mutations. This information is used to determine the cancer type, predict the behavior of the cancer (is it slow or fast growing; and more likely to recur), and predict the potential response to existing and future treatments. Where you go first does matter™.

Treatments may include one or more of the following:


Learn more about cancer surgery treatment options


  • Oral
  • Injection
  • Intravenous
  • Intra-arterial or intraperitoneal

Learn more about chemotherapy treatment options


  • External Beam
  • Brachytherapy
  • Mammosite
  • 4D-gated Treatment
  • Radiosurgery
  • Intraoperative Radiation Therapy combining radiation and surgery for breast cancer patients

Learn more about radiation oncology treatment options


Immunotherapy is also called biological therapy, biological response modifier therapy, BRM therapy or biotherapy. This treatment stimulates or restores the ability of your own immune system to fight cancer, infections or other diseases. It includes monoclonal antibodies, growth factors and vaccines.

Hormone Therapy

Hormone therapy adds, blocks and removes hormones. To slow or stop the growth of cancers (such as prostate and breast cancer) drugs may be given to block the body’s natural hormones that fuel the cancer cells to grow. In some cases, surgery will be used to remove the gland that makes a certain hormone.

Blood and Marrow Transplants

  • Autologous: one's own stem cells
  • Syngeneic: stem cells from identical twin
  • Allogeneic: from family members or unrelated donor
  • Mini-transplants

Learn more about blood and marrow transplants

Behavioral Oncology Clinic

Cancer is hard. It takes a toll on both your mind and your body. It affects you and your loved ones. Everyone reacts to the stresses of cancer in different ways. That's why we created the Behavioral Oncology Clinic to serve the other symptoms of cancer, such as stress, anxiety, depression, and other emotional strains.