Your physician, after careful review, will recommend a course of treatment based on your diagnosis and other important factors. Because each individual is physically different, treatments may vary even if you have a similar diagnosis as others.
We strive to provide the most comprehensive and effective medical oncology care. With the advent of complementary pharmaceuticals and skillfully administered procedures, our patients find that chemotherapy-related side effects are kept to a minimum. Friends and families are welcome in our open, pleasant treatment area at all times.
The Lancaster Cancer Center offers care for people with a variety of cancers that develop in the bone marrow or blood and lymph nodes, including leukemias, lymphomas and multiple myeloma. We also treat patients with benign (noncancerous) blood disorders, such as anemia and aplastic anemia and myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS), as well as people with coagulation and thrombotic disorders. We offer a full range of standard and innovative treatments, including less toxic chemotherapy. Lancaster Cancer Center can help you become enrolled in promising clinical trials involving a vaccine in the treatment of Non-hodgkins Lymphoma. We have a dedicated room for diagnostic bone marrow procedures and a comfortable treatment area. Because we are committed to finding new treatments and helping to improve patient outcomes, our clinical staff is involved in number of clinical trials concerning hematological disorders.
The nursing staff at Lancaster Cancer Center is a skilled, dedicated and oncology focused team providing exceptional care, compassionate support and knowledgeable information to patients and their families in the treatment of oncology care. The nursing team of Lancaster Cancer Center also participates in the local “Relay for Life.”