The Stanford Gynecologic Cancer Program offers expert treatment for patients with ovarian, cervical, endometrial and other cancers of the reproductive system. Our doctors subspecialize in treating these types of cancers and have extensive expertise managing all types of cases, including the most complicated.
Gynecologic Cancer Program at Blake Wilbur Building
900 Blake Wilbur Drive
Palo Alto, CA 94304
, Gynecologic oncologist
Care and Treatment of Female and Gynecologic Cancers
Gynecological Cancer Expertise
With expertise in the basic and clinical sciences, Stanford investigators are delving into the basic origins of female and gynecologic cancers and in turn translating their findings into the most advanced diagnostic and treatment strategies available today.
Some of our translations research efforts include:
Stem cell research that may influence new treatments
Early detection of ovarian cancer using biomarkers and new methods of imaging
Understanding drug resistance in certain ovarian cancers
New ways of classifying ovarian cancer; development of vaccines to prevent relapse
Use of novel chemotherapeutics in uterine tumors
Mechanisms of HPV-induced malignancy, and new prevention and detection strategies for cervical cancer
Located in the new Stanford Women's Cancer Center, a warm and welcoming facility, our program offers comprehensive treatment options and supportive services that honor your unique needs:
Convenient, single location for most of your outpatient cancer care
Advanced treatments, including minimally invasive surgery, state-of-the art radiotherapy and cutting-edge clinical trials
Weekly tumor board meetings with cancer experts to review your case and discuss therapeutic options on site
Guest service professionals to help you navigate and manage treatment, and a wide array of supportive services, including counseling for psychological issues, sexual side effects and changes in body image
Collaborative research to improve cancer prevention, detection, treatment and patient outcomes
Cancer Survivorship Program to focus on post-cancer wellness
Listen to Stanford Cancer Center experts provide an overview of preparation, surgery, and recovery for ovarian cancer procedures.
As an academic medical institution, the Stanford Cancer Center is committed to improving the standard of care for the millions of individuals worldwide who receive a cancer diagnosis each year. Drawing upon the expertise of more than 240 researchers and clinicians from the Schools of Medicine, Engineering and Humanities & Sciences, the center is at the forefront of today's advances in cancer research and medicine.
A key component of the Stanford Women's Cancer Center is translational research, where laboratory discoveries are shepherded into the clinic, improving prevention efforts, early diagnosis and treatment, and patient outcomes. Other researchers are focused on areas such as molecular classification of tumors, improved imaging and gene sequencing methods.
Eligibility flowcharts map clinical trials to specific types of cancers to determine if a participant is eligible for the particular clinical trial. View all gynecologic cancer eligibility flowcharts at the Stanford Cancer Institute.
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HOW TO REFER
Fax a referral form with supporting documentation to 650-320-9443.
Please note, though this form is from Stanford Health Care (formerly Stanford Hospital & Clinics), it is also used for all Cancer Center referrals.
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