Gynecologic Oncology Patient Care Team

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Stephen C. Rubin, MD, Named Chief of Gynecologic Oncology at Fox Chase Cancer Center

(March 6, 2014) A nationally known expert in the management of ovarian cancer, Dr. Rubin's special interests include minimally invasive gynecologic surgery, hereditary ovarian cancer, and ovarian cancer clinical trials.
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Fox Chase Cancer Center is home to the nation's top doctors who treat women diagnosed with gynecological cancers. 

Our multispecialty team offers screening and counseling as well as state-of-the-art treatment.

Nurse Navigator

Carol Cherry, MSN, RN, AOCNS, APNG
Nancy A. Nicotera, RN, BSN, OCN

Gynecological Cancer Prevention

Dr. Steve Rubin

Stephen C. Rubin, MD
Chief, Gynecologic Oncology

Medical Oncology

Radiation Oncology

Surgical Oncology


Nurse Navigators

When faced with a cancer diagnosis, patients deal with a whole host of issues—emotional, logistical, financial—making it difficult to focus on their treatment and return to health. The Fox Chase Cancer Center Nurse Navigators are clinically trained individuals responsible for the identification and removal of barriers to timely and appropriate cancer treatment.

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Carol Cherry, MSN, RN, AOCNS, APNG

Carol Cherry, MSN, RN, AOCNS, APNG

Gynecologic Oncology Nurse Navigator

"Being a navigator allows a place to offer all of who I am to women who are in a very vulnerable time in their lives. As a cancer survivor I know how important it is to have expert, caring professionals be present to listen, guide and walk side by side through the healing journey. I’m grateful for the opportunity to share my heart and mind with all those who call."

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Nancy A. Nicotera, RN, BSN, OCN

Gynecologic Oncology Nurse Navigator

"Being a gynecologic oncology nurse navigator affords me the opportunity to provide support, guidance and direction to women during a difficult time in their lives."

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