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Cancers We Treat

A cancer diagnosis can be one of life’s greatest challenges. You’re faced with decisions that require careful consideration. Mercy Cancer Care focuses on delivering quality, compassionate care that meets your personalized needs during and after treatment.

Our goal is to provide each patient with a personalized approach to cancer treatment. Each patient's experience is unique and deserves an individualized level of care. We have Cancer Care Coordinators who are registered nurses with specialized training in cancer care, to help guide you through the diagnosis, treatment and recovery process and act as your personal patient guide during what can be a confusing time.

With surgical expertise, new diagnostic and treatment technology, along with the compassion and respect that are our hallmarks, Mercy Health System is your community provider for outstanding and comprehensive cancer care.

Breast Cancer

There have been many recent advancements in the diagnosis and treatment of Breast Cancer.  At Mercy, you have access to some of the latest treatment options available.

Digital Mammography is redefining the way women’s healthcare is delivered and provides a new option in breast health. The key role of digital mammography is to identify breast cancer in its development when it is very small. This is often a year or two before it is felt by your healthcare provider. Mammography detects about 2-3 times as many early breast cancers as a physical examination. 

Stereotactic Biopsy uses a computer to enable healthcare providers to locate and obtain a sample of a questionable area on a mammogram. Because this procedure can be done in radiology on an out-patient basis, it is rapidly replacing surgical biopsy. Women who undergo stereotactic biopsy can take comfort in knowing that the procedure is safe, simple and only mildly uncomfortable. 

Breast Care Coordinator. Our Breast Care Coordinator is committed to ensuring you and your family have the information and support you need to make informed decision about your diagnosis and planned treatment.

Lung Cancer

GI (Colorectal Cancer)

  • Colon Cancer, Rectal Cancer, Anal Cancer, Stomach Cancer, Liver Cancer, Biliary Cancer, Esophageal Cancer and Pancreatic Cancer

Hematology (Blood Cancer)

  • Lymphoma, Leukemia, Multiple Myeloma, and Myelodysplastic Syndrome (MDS)

Urologic Cancer

  • Kidney Cancer, Prostate Cancer, Bladder Cancer and Testicular Cancer

Head and Neck Cancer

  • Oral (mouth) Cancer, Salivary Glands Cancer, Paranasal Sinuses Cancer, Nasal Cavity Cancer, Larynx (voice box) Cancer, Pharynx (throat) Cancer, Thyroid Cancer, Skin Tumors on the Face and Neck, and Skull Base Tumors

Skin Cancer

  • Basal Cell Cancer, Squamous Cell Cancer, and Melanoma