Screening / Detection

Community Care Physicians, P.C. performs routine cancer screenings to detect precancerous and cancerous cells early on, when you are often asymptomatic and otherwise appear healthy. We offer screenings according to the most recent guidelines for breast cancer, lung cancer, gynecological cancers such as cervical cancer, prostate cancer, colorectal cancer, skin cancer, as well as genetic testing.

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Diagnosis

If something suspicious is found during your screening exam, your next step is additional testing to determine if there is disease present, and to pinpoint the location and extent. Community Care Physicians has the latest, most innovative technology and sub-specialized experts to diagnose all types of cancers, so we can recommend the most effective treatment and recovery options for you.

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Treatment

Receiving a diagnosis of cancer can be frightening and confusing. We’re here to help. Once you understand the treatment options available, things can start to look a lot brighter. Community Care Physicians’ cancer experts collaborate so patients and families have peace of mind knowing they have a powerful team working with them. Together, our physicians have more resources, knowledge and talent to provide you with new options and new hope, close to home.

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Genetics

While most cancers develop because of change in our environment, genetics can play a role as well. Some cancers develop because of certain inherited cancer genes, which can be passed down to children. Some people with cancer in the family worry that they are at a greater risk of getting cancer. Community Care Physicians offers genetic testing to help you and your family members understand your risk of developing certain types of cancer.

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