Although skin cancer is common, a diagnosis can be frightening. Remember, at the Cancer Institute, you’re never alone. You will find treatment that is:
Fortunately, most skin cancers respond well to treatment. In fact, many basal and squamous cell cancers are very treatable.
Melanoma is a more aggressive form of skin cancer that can be life-threatening if left untreated. Our pathologists are skilled in melanoma detection. They are adept at staging and tracking its growth. This level of precision helps your team tailor a treatment option just right for you.
Our highly skilled surgeons utilize the latest techniques and technologies. They collaborate closely with oncologists, dermatologists, and pathologists to determine the best surgical approach for you. Our advanced surgical options include:
If the cancer has spread, we use advanced treatments to stop cancer in its tracks:
Call the AHN Cancer Help Line anytime at (412) NURSE-4-U (412) 687-7348 to schedule a cancer-related appointment or to just talk with our nurses about diagnoses, treatments, and side effects.
Early cancer detection saves lives. See AHN free cancer screening dates, locations and eligibility requirements for each screen offered. Then, call to register for your free cancer screenings.