Questions About Anal Cancer?
We’re here to help. Contact our Oncology Nurse Navigator, Katharine Radziewicz, RN, OCN, at 203-276-CARE. Press 2.
If you or someone you care about has been affected by anal cancer, you’re probably aware that it’s a very uncommon type of cancer affecting the tissues of the anus. You’ll benefit first-hand from our dedicated team of medical and radiation oncologists and surgeons, trained to treat complex types of anal cancer.
A Collaborative Approach to Your care
When it comes to care for anal cancer, you are at the heart of every decision we make. Our multidisciplinary team holds frequent tumor conferences at the main hospital campus. We discuss and review patient cases so that the best choices, including second opinions, can be made for you. This conference includes oncologic surgeons, colorectal surgeons, medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, radiologists, pathologists and gastroenterologists, all working together to put you first.
Treatment depends on the type and stage of a patient's cancer. Options include surgery, chemotherapy, and/or radiation therapy.