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Oncology

Cancer is a term for diseases that develop when abnormal cells divide uncontrollably and may eventually progress to invade nearby as well as distant tissues (known as metastasis). Most cancers occur sporadically; however, some individuals may develop cancer as a result of a harmful change, also known as a pathogenic variant, a gene that can be passed down from generation to generation.

SOLID TUMORS

Tumors can affect various parts of your body. Determining where the cancer began and if it has spread is key to providing you with effective treatment options.

HEMATOLOGIC CANCERS

Leukemia and lymphomas require appropriate testing and expertise to determine how the cancer affects you.

HEREDITARY CANCERS

Certain cancers may run in your family. We provide the right testing and access to genetic counseling, so you can understand your risk.

RESOURCES

Additional resources and information to educate yourself on various cancers.