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Texas Oncology Center- A Place to Contact for Cancer Treatment

The process of detecting and treating cancer is complicated and often requires a team of doctors, nurses, and other health care members. A team of surgical oncologist, medical oncologist, and other specialists will help treat cancer effectively. Cancer treatment combines the knowledge and ability of diverse disciplines to provide the best possible care.

With many specialists in one team, it is naturally difficult to understand each person’s role. The following information may be helpful.

Medical oncologist is a doctor who is well versed in treating cancer with medication. A medical oncologist usually unites with the treatment team and keeps track of different tests results and examinations done by other specialists.

Surgical oncologist is a specialist in treating cancer with surgery. They can help to cure many types of cancer such as breast or lung cancer where surgery is used to remove cancer tumors.

Radiation oncologists are specialists in administering radiation therapy to cure cancer. Apart from these, cancer is also diagnosed in children. Hence, a pediatric oncologist is a specialist who can treat children with cancer at an adolescent stage. Women who are detected with cancer in reproductive systems can consult gynecologic oncologists for proper care and treatment.

If any you or a loved one has been diagnosed with cancer, please consult a specialist as soon as possible. Log in to find the best oncologist who can help you in the best possible way.

The process of detecting and treating cancer is complicated and often requires a team of doctors, nurses, and other health care members. A team of surgical oncologist, medical oncologist, and other specialists will help treat cancer effectively. Cancer treatment combines the knowledge and ability of diverse disciplines to provide the best possible care.

With many specialists in one team, it is naturally difficult to understand each person’s role. The following information may be helpful.

Medical oncologist is a doctor who is well versed in treating cancer with medication. A medical oncologist usually unites with the treatment team and keeps track of different tests results and examinations done by other specialists.

Surgical oncologist is a specialist in treating cancer with surgery. They can help to cure many types of cancer such as breast or lung cancer where surgery is used to remove cancer tumors.

Radiation oncologists are specialists in administering radiation therapy to cure cancer. Apart from these, cancer is also diagnosed in children. Hence, a pediatric oncologist is a specialist who can treat children with cancer at an adolescent stage. Women who are detected with cancer in reproductive systems can consult gynecologic oncologists for proper care and treatment.

If any you or a loved one has been diagnosed with cancer, please consult a specialist as soon as possible. Log in to find the best oncologist who can help you in the best possible way.

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