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We offer a comprehensive range of services, from screenings for early detection of cancers such as breast, colorectal and prostate, to a full array of treatments, including surgical, medical and radiation oncology. Our Cancer Institute is equipped with state-of-the-art technology for detecting, diagnosing and treating cancers, and we participate in national clinical trials, giving our patients access to the most promising therapies on the horizon.
  • Breast Health Profiler

    Take this assessment to estimate your risk of breast cancer.

  • Chemotherapy

    Our organization follows national, evidence-based treatment guidelines and delivers chemotherapy in a warm, supportive environment.

  • Colonoscopy

    Doctors perform colonoscopies to spot colorectal cancer at its most curable stage, when the survival rate is 90%.

  • Genetic Testing

    Our Cancer Risk Evaluation Program helps patients understand their inherited risk for cancer, and how to mitigate that risk.

  • Lung CT Screening

    A low-dose CT screening detects lung cancer in its earliest stage—before symptoms are apparent—offering a better chance for a cure.

  • Mammogram

    Digital screening mammograms are available at several convenient locations — each following the same gold standard protocols.

  • Proton Therapy

    Learn more about proton therapy - the most advanced radiation treatment for cancer.

  • Prostate Screening

    Roughly 90% of all prostate cancers are detected in the early stages, when tumors are confined within the prostate, making the cure rate promising.

  • Radiation Therapy

    The Ann B. Barshinger Cancer Institute offers a range of radiation therapies including TomoTherapy® Hi-Art®, CyberKnife® M6™, and TrueBeam™.

  • Lung Risk Assessment

    Our lung cancer assessment can help you determine your risk for lung cancer.

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