Mayo Clinic's medical practice is based on the idea of "cooperative medicine." In the Women's Cancer Program, clinicians and scientists work together as a multidisciplinary team, pulling together the expertise needed for each individual.
Using knowledge gained by working on the cutting edge of research, women's cancer specialists provide the most up-to-date care options for every patient. Some of the services we provide include:
The Women's Cancer Program at Mayo Clinic Cancer Center includes representation from a number of specialties, including:
Specialists from across the institution are regularly called on by their colleagues to provide consultation in cases, and the prevailing attitude of teamwork ensures that the best possible care options are considered for every patient. Care teams include nurses and chaplains, along with individuals from social services, patient education and nutrition services and other areas as necessary, who work together to meet the needs of our patients.
In addition to specialty breast clinics at each site, all women's cancers and related diseases are treated at Mayo. For more information on cancer treatment at Mayo Clinic visit http://www.mayoclinic.org/cancer-treatment. Some commonly visited women's cancer treatment areas include:
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