David P. Ryan, MD
David P. Ryan, MD, Chief, Hematology Oncology and Clinical Director, Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center

Welcome to the Hematologic Oncology treatments and services homepage. Hematology Oncology is a division of the Mass General Cancer Center, along with our partners in Radiation Oncology and Surgical Oncology, and works closely with the Center for Cancer Research.

We coordinate our patients' care through specialized clinical centers and programs, ensuring that every patient benefits from a team of specialists who focus on their particular type of cancer.

On this page you will find:

(To view a listing of our doctors, please visit our find a doctor tool here.)

Treatment programs by condition

Other Cancer-Related Programs

Cancer Genetics
The Center for Cancer Risk Assessment provides comprehensive genetic counseling and testing services for those who may be at increased risk of hereditary cancer.

Cancer Outcomes Research Program (CORe)
The Cancer Outcomes Research Program (CORe) conducts innovative research and educational programs to improve the experience and outcomes of patients and caregivers across the continuum of cancer care.

Cancer Rehabilitation Program
The Cancer Rehabilitation Program provides personalized one-on-one consultations to help patients with cancer regain physical abilities and maintain independence.

Center for Innovation in Early Cancer Detection
To spark collaborations at Massachusetts General Hospital that will accelerate innovation from all fields of medicine, genetics, bioengineering, and population science to build, test, and apply new technologies for early cancer detection.

Collaborative Care and Community Engagement Program
Through clinical innovation, research, education, and advocacy, the Collaborative Care and Community Engagement Program aims to prevent premature cancer mortality and improve the quality of life of individuals affected by mental illness and cancer.

The Katherine A. Gallagher Integrative Therapies Program
The Katherine A. Gallagher Integrative Therapies Program focuses on improving the quality of life and well-being of Cancer Center patients, their families and friends through free wellness services such as acupuncture and yoga. These services help you take care of your whole self — mind, body and spirit.

Lifestyle Medicine Clinic
The Lifestyle Medicine Program provides personalized one-on-one consultations for any patient with cancer or a history of cancer who wants to improve their physical fitness, nutrition, quality of life or cancer prognosis.

Nutrition Services
Our team of Registered Dietitians provides evidenced based, expert nutrition counseling to patients and their caregivers as an integral part of cancer care.

Oncology Chaplaincy
Our oncology chaplain is familiar with the unique needs of those with cancer.

Oncology Social Work
Oncology Social Workers are licensed mental health professionals who provide support for the many issues that may affect patients and their families during cancer diagnosis, treatment and recovery.

The Ovarian Cancer Consortium for Long-Term Survival
The Consortium for Long-Term Survival, led by the Mass General Cancer Center and funded by the Department of Defense, is a research group seeking long-term survivors of ovarian cancer.

The PACT Program
The Marjorie E. Korff PACT program at the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center provides psycho-educational support for parents who are patients.

Palliative Care
Palliative Care is a medical specialty that helps patients and their families live as well and as fully as possible when faced with a life-threatening illness.

Psychiatric Oncology
The Center for Psychiatric Oncology and Behavioral Sciences brings together experts in psychiatry and psychology to help patients and cope with the psychological and behavioral impact of cancer.

Sexual Health Clinic
Have you received or are you currently receiving cancer treatment? Are you concerned about how your cancer diagnosis may be affecting your sexual health? Interventions offered by the Sexual Health Clinic may be able to help.

Smokefree Support Service
The Mass General Cancer Center Smokefree Support Service provides a free, phone-based, one-on-one tobacco counseling resource for all Cancer Center patients.

Targeted Therapies
Henri and Belinda Termeer Center for Targeted Therapies sets the standard for excellence in Personalized Cancer Care.



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