Centers of Excellence
NCI-Designated Comprehensive Cancer Center
Fox Chase Cancer Center is one of only 41 NCI-designated Comprehensive Cancer Centers in the country.
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Fox Chase Cancer Center Locations
The Main Campus
The center at 333 Cottman Avenue contains a 100-bed hospital, diagnostic services, outpatient and treatment facilities in the West Building, research at the Reimann Building, and the Young Pavilion, home to the Women's Cancer Center, the Cancer Genome Institute, and additional offices.
The Womens' Cancer Center at Fox Chase
The Women's Cancer Center builds on Fox Chase's world-renowned expertise in breast and gynecologic cancers.
The Center offers the best possible experience, physically and emotionally, for a woman faced with a cancer diagnosis and treatment. Led by our expert faculty, all leaders in the field of women's cancers, the multidisciplinary program brings together a concentration of strengths in one central location.
Our Breast Evaluation Center is within feet of diagnosis and treatment areas for gynecological cancers. Surgeons, medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, pathologists, and radiologists work side-by-side to create individualized comprehensive treatment plans for every patient.More
Fox Chase Cancer Center Buckingham for CyberKnife
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Patients at Fox Chase Cancer Center Buckingham can take advantage of the latest advances in radiation therapy provided by some of the nation's most experienced doctors using state-of-the-art technologies.
The facility, approximately two miles from Doylestown and 19 miles from the Center's main campus, gives Bucks County residents more convenient access to Fox Chase's nationally recognized cancer treatment regimens, along with access to innovative care, clinical trials and all the resources of an NCI-designated comprehensive cancer center.
2365 Heritage Center Drive, Furlong, Buckingham Township, PAMore
The Cancer Genome Institute
Through next-generation DNA sequencing, tumor-specific genetic alterations now can potentially be matched to precision drugs.
How it works:
- We use leading-edge technologies to compare the genetic profile of an individual's tumor against a panel of cancer-related genes.
- Patients with advanced cancers can elect to have their tumors examined for these genetic alterations, with the potential of being matched to established or experimental targeted therapies directed at the altered gene.
The CGI’s mission is to promote “precision medicine”, by applying advanced DNA sequencing technology to patient care, prevention, and research.
Located on the main Fox Chase campus in the Young Pavilion. Learn more about the Cancer Genome Institute