Our state-of-the-art imaging and pathology services help enhance treatment through fast and accurate diagnosis of disease. For example, our services include endoscopic ultrasound, a procedure that enables physicians to see tumors and masses in the gastrointestinal tract and around the lungs, resulting in improved diagnosis and treatment.
After diagnosis, a medical treatment plan is developed to meet the patient’s specific needs. The treatment path is determined by the type, size, and location of the cancer tumor(s). In some cases, specific genetic changes in the tumor may also determine the best type of treatment.
The Princeton Cancer Center also offers a variety of programs to address each patient’s unique needs before, during, and after cancer treatment, including: