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Women's Cancer Program at Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC

The Magee-Womens Cancer Program of UPMC Cancer Centers in Pittsburgh is dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of women's cancer, specifically breast cancer and gynecologic cancer. Both UPMC and Magee are recognized as leading hospitals for cancer care in the United States.

Types of Cancers We Treat

Our experts have experience diagnosing, treating, and managing the following types of cancers:

Breast Cancer

Gynecologic Cancers

Treatments for Breast and Gynecologic Cancers

The Women's Cancer Program's health care team works together to develop strategies and offer the best treatment options for you and your type of cancer.

Additional Resources

View the Magee-Womens Cancer Program Annual Report: Focus on Breast Cancer.

Contact Us

For many years, women and their families have depended on the individualized cancer care services for women’s cancers at Magee.

For more information on women's cancers, or to make an appointment,
call 1-866-MyMagee.

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