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Program in Women's Oncology
668 Eddy Street
Providence, RI 02903
P: (401) 453-7520
F: (401) 453-7529

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Biologically, cancer may be the same in men and women, but we know that women have different needs when facing a diagnosis. We have created three programs – focused on breast, colorectal and gynecologic cancers - to help you treat the disease while caring for you as a woman, a mother, a partner, a daughter, a friend, a wonderfully unique individual.

Breast Cancer

Staff at our Breast Health Center are passionate about helping women with breast cancer, including offering genetics counseling and testing for other family members at risk for the disease, advanced imaging and the latest treatment techniques.

Colorectal Cancer

The Center for Women’s Gastrointestinal Health is an all-female practice that offers screenings and treatment for colorectal cancer, one of the most common diagnoses in both women and men.

Gynecologic Cancer

Our Program in Women’s Oncology treats women with ovarian, uterine, vulvar, and fallopian tube cancers. The team of researchers is known around the world for life-saving breakthroughs in cancer diagnosis and treatment. What sets us apart is simple: We listen and care for you as if you were our own family. Your cancer journey becomes ours, and we are with you every step of the way.

Cancer Genetics and Prevention Program

Cancer Genetics and Prevention service, part of the Program in Women's Oncology, addresses concerns you or your family may have regarding the risk of developing cancer. It is a comprehensive service that takes advantage of the latest advances in the understanding of the genetic aspects of cancer and their relationship to environmental factors.