The Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa, Florida, offers cancer care services such as prevention and treatment. The center's cancer research includes both science and clinical research. The center focuses its services on over 30 different forms of cancer including lung cancer, head and neck cancer, pancreatic cancer, prostate cancer and breast cancer. Additional forms of cancer that the center treats include leukemia, liver cancer, oral cavity or throat cancer, basal cell carcinoma and ovarian cancer.
The center uses diagnostic imaging, genetic risk assessment, pathology, blood work and screenings to diagnose its patients. The Moffitt Cancer Center provides 15 treatments to give patients a variety of choices including surgical care, chemotherapy, blood and bone marrow transplants, radiation therapy and cardio-oncology. The center additionally offers a cancer survivorship clinic and interventional pain management.
The center provides individualized care and offers clinical trial treatment options, when available, that give patients options that are not available outside the center. The center also provides support services such as support groups, social work and counseling, spiritual services, and the Adolescent and Young Adult Program.
The center's website, Moffitt.org, provides information on managing symptoms, financial and insurance concerns, international referrals, and how to prepare for appointments and hospitalization.