Chi-Fu Jeffrey Yang, MD, is a thoracic surgeon in the Massachusetts General Hospital Division of Thoracic Surgery and faculty at Harvard Medical School.
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Adjuvant therapy is a term used to describe interventions given before or after tumor surgery to maximize the effectiveness of cancer treatment, which includes chemotherapy, radiation and the newer targeted and biological therapies.
The Center for Thoracic Cancers offers patients and families access to one of New England's most experienced programs for the care of lung, esophageal and other thoracic cancers.
The Clinic for Reproductive Health and Cancer at Massachusetts General Hospital provides guidance on fertility preservation for cancer patients to help protect their future reproductive options.
The Esophageal Program in Massachusetts General Hospital's Division of Thoracic Surgery provides surgical treatment for esophageal cancer and a variety of benign esophageal disorders.
The Gastroesophageal Surgery Program offers advanced surgical options to treat the complete range of gastroesophageal conditions, including gastric and esophageal cancers and benign esophageal disease.
The Minimally Invasive Surgery Program in Massachusetts General Hospital's Division of Thoracic Surgery offers minimally invasive surgery for many thoracic conditions affecting the lung, thymus (mediastinum) and esophagus.
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