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Cancer Care 

Bob Schmidt, Baylor Patient

Cancer is a threat everyone needs to face head-on. But you're not alone – you have the most trusted name in cancer care in your corner: Baylor Charles A. Sammons Cancer Center. Our oncology experts have vast experience treating all kinds of cancer, and our patient navigators are there to guide you every step of the way. Join forces with us and see why Baylor is where cancer meets its match.

Cancers Treated

Get the information you need about cancer types, causes, diagnosis, symptoms and treatment.

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Patient & Family Support

At Baylor, we are committed not only to diagnosing and treating you, but also helping you make lifestyle adjustments even after you leave our facilities.

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Research & Clinical Trials

Our research brings innovation from our laboratory to your bedside. Find out if you're a candidate for clinical trials.


Clinical Trials

Treatment Locations & Programs

Learn more about cancer treatment and programs at each facility.

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Complex Joints & Musculoskeletal Tumors

Baylor's Complex Joints and Musculoskeletal Tumors program offers a comprehensive, multidisciplinary approach to diagnosing and treating musculoskeletal disease, including bone and soft tissue cancer.

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Lung Cancer Screening Program

People who are at high risk for lung cancer can take advantage of a new lung cancer screening program now offered at Baylor Charles A. Sammons Cancer Center.

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Baylor Precision Medicine Institute

When battling a condition such as cancer, you want to know that you and your medical team are doing everything possible to win the fight. Baylor Precision Medicine Institute offers patients advanced diagnostic and treatment options for cancer.

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Genetic Counseling Program

Wondering how your family history affects your risk for cancer? The Genetic Counseling Program at Baylor offers specially trained genetic counselors to help assess an individual’s likelihood of having an increased risk to develop certain types of cancer.

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Position on Mammogram Guidelines

Baylor Health Care System's Oncology Position on Mammogram Guidelines The current practice is to continue recommending mammograms beginning at the age of 40.

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