Cleveland Clinic Florida’s Maroone Cancer Center 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 collaborate to offer cancer patients the best healthcare option in South Florida.
Cancer Overview & Support
The Breast Center offers the highest quality care for the screening, diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer in both women and men.
Hematology & Blood Disorders
A wide range of services are available to diagnose and treat patients with blood and platelet disorders and cancer.
The Maroone Cancer Center's medical experts offer surgical and non-surgical options for lung cancer patients.
Oncology & Solid Tumors
A team of doctors across multiple specialties works with cancer patients to find the best treatment plan available.
The Maroone Cancer Center's doctors are experts in diagnosing, staging and treating prostate cancer.
The Maroone Cancer Center's radiation therapy programs are equipped to provide patients with precise, non-invasive treatment options.
The research staff works to provide innovative therapies for their patients through clinical research trials that include new targeted agents and therapies.
Cancer Support Services
Cleveland Clinic Florida offer access to groups and programs for a variety of physical and emotional health issues.
WPLG Channel 10 - July 21, 2015
In previous years, survival rates for ovarian cancer were low. First there's not air great way to screen for the disease and second, the symptoms like bloating and abdominal pain are so vague, sometimes nonexistent, women are often diagnosed after the cancer has already spread.
Miami Herald - May 24, 2015
Only 1 percent of all cancers are of the esophagus, the tube that runs from your throat to your stomach. But esophageal cancer is a deadly disease. About 80 percent of people diagnosed with esophageal cancer live less than five years, according to the American Cancer Society.
Sun Sentinel - January 8, 2015
Cleveland Clinic Florida is finishing construction of a $90 million cancer and neurological center at its Weston campus to accommodate a growing patient load. The clinic expects to open the 143,000-square foot Egil and Pauline Braathen Center in February.