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Division of Surgical Oncology
Learn more about the clinical services and programs offered by the Division of Surgical Oncology at Massachusetts General Hospital.
Massachusetts General Hospital's Breast Cancer Surgery Program provides expert care and state-of-the-art breast cancer surgery within a multidisciplinary Cancer Center team.
Mass General's Colorectal Surgery Program offers expert surgical care, including minimally invasive procedures and sphincter-sparing procedures to treat conditions affecting the intestinal tract, colon and rectum, anal canal and perianal area.
The Massachusetts General Hospital Endocrine Surgery Program provides comprehensive, expert treatment for diseases of the thyroid, parathyroid and adrenal glands, including thyroid cancer.
Massachusetts General Hospital's Gastroesophageal Surgery Program offers advanced surgical options to treat the complete range of gastroesophageal conditions, including gastric and esophageal cancers and benign esophageal disease.
Massachusetts General Hospital's Liver Surgery Program provides expert care within a multidisciplinary team. Surgeons specialize in conventional, complex and laparoscopic removal of liver tumors, including use of experimental therapies and advanced surgical techniques.
The Melanoma and Skin Cancer Surgery Program at Massachusetts General Hospital offers expert surgical care within a multidisciplinary Cancer Center team.
Mass General's Pancreas and Biliary Surgery Program provides surgical treatments for diseases of the pancreas, gall bladder, liver and bile ducts.
Massachusetts General Hospital's Sarcoma Surgery Program provides expert care within a multidisciplinary Cancer Center team and specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of sarcomas.
Laparoscopic liver resection is a minimally invasive procedure performed by surgeons at Massachusetts General Hospital to remove a benign or cancerous liver mass.
Massachusetts General Hospital's breast surgeons are national leaders in performing nipple-sparing mastectomies on breast cancer patients and patients who choose prophylactic mastectomy to reduce their cancer risk due to a genetic predisposition.
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