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Cancer

Cleveland Clinic Florida’s Cancer Institute provides world-class care to patients with cancer and is at the forefront of new and emerging cancer research.  By harnessing the benefits of advanced research and technology, our multi-disciplinary team of physicians collaborates to offer cancer patients the best healthcare option in South Florida.

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Breast Cancer

The Breast Center offers the highest quality care for the screening, diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer in both women and men.

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Hematology and Blood Disorders

A wide range of services are available to diagnose and treat patients with blood and platelet disorders and cancer.

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Lung Cancer

Cleveland Clinic Florida’s medical experts offer surgical and non-surgical options for lung cancer patients.

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Oncology & Solid Tumors

A team of doctors across multiple specialties works with cancer patients to find the best treatment plan available.

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Prostate Cancer

Cleveland Clinic Florida’s doctors are experts in diagnosing, staging and treating prostate cancer.

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Radiation Oncology

Cleveland Clinic Florida’s radiation therapy programs are equipped to provide patients with precise, non-invasive treatment options.

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Cancer Research

The research staff works to provide innovative therapies for their patients through clinical research trials that include new targeted agents and therapies.

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New screening, drugs, surgical procedures aids fight against lung cancer

Miami Herald - July 15, 2012

One out of three cancer deaths stems from lung cancer, but strides are being made in better screenings and treatments. Robots, GPS and earlier screenings are the latest high-tech salvo in the war against lung cancer.

Joe Paterno Didn’t Smoke – So What Caused His Lung Cancer?

Newsmax.com - January 26, 2012

It came as a shock to some that Joe Paterno died of lung cancer even though he never puffed on a cigarette.

Herman Cain’s Cancer Miracle - How He Did It

Newsmax Health - October 21, 2011

Herman Cain credits a miracle from God for saving him from advanced colon cancer. But a top colon cancer expert tells Newsmax Health that the Republican presidential candidate also benefited by acting quickly once his cancer was diagnosed in 2006 and by being smart about his choice of treatment centers.

Technology Helps Women Undergoing Breast Reconstruction

Local 10 - October 13, 2011

Doctors can determine best time for performing surgery. When a doctor told Tammy Krichmar that the visible lumps in her breast were probably benign cysts, she should have been relieved; instead, she was suspicious. "It just didn't seem right to me that one lump became two lumps, and they kept saying they saw nothing on mammogram or ultrasound," Krichmar said.

Steve Job's death puts spotlight on lesser-known neuroendocrine form of pancreatic cancer

Palm Beach Daily News - October 7, 2011

The death of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs Wednesday at 56 put the spotlight on his role as a star innovator in the world of computing and personal technology. It also put pancreatic cancer in the headlines. This year, 44,030 new cases of pancreatic cancer will be diagnosed in the United States and 37,600 residents will die this year of the disease, according to the National Cancer Institute.

Colorectal cancer deaths down but many still aren’t being screened, CDC says

A new report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention indicates the colorectal cancer death rates are dropping across the nation, except in Mississippi. That state has one of the country’s lowest screening rates...

Hispanics Less Likely to Undergo Colon Cancer Screening

When Juan Florez turned 60, his doctor recommended a colonoscopy. “I was unfamiliar with the term, so I asked my doctor to describe it,” Florez recalls..

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