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Cancer Services at UPMC

Receive world-class cancer care closer to home through UPMC CancerCenter.

With more than 35 locations and 180 affiliated oncologists across western Pennsylvania, UPMC CancerCenter provides:

  • Convenient access to the most advanced cancer detection, diagnosis, and treatment options available.
  • Streamlined care for people with difficult or rare cancers, and consultations for second opinions on the most challenging medical cases, at our specialty cancer care centers in Pittsburgh.
  • The same compassion and quality of care, whether receiving treatment in Pittsburgh or at one of our community locations.

Types of Cancers We Treat

At UPMC CancerCenter, we diagnose and treat all types of cancers, including:

Comprehensive Cancer Services and Treatment Strategies

With specialty services consolidated at Hillman Cancer Center — the network’s flagship site in Pittsburgh, Pa. — UPMC CancerCenter offers advanced technologies at many of its community sites, ensuring that all patients across western Pennsylvania receive the same state-of-the-art, comprehensive cancer services.

Our compassionate cancer care professionals bring patients the latest advances in cancer prevention, detection, diagnosis, and treatment, including:

At UPMC CancerCenter, we continually strive to better understand cancer as a disease, knowing not only how to treat the cancer medically, but also how it affects the lives of patients and their families.

» Learn more about cancer treatment options at UPMC CancerCenter.

» See our total care services for cancer patients and their families.

 

​CancerCenter Fast Facts

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