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Treatment for brain cancers is complex, and treatment planning requires involvement and coordination among many subspecialists. That's why we take a multidisciplinary approach to developing a comprehensive treatment plan tailored to your type of cancer.
Through our multidisciplinary clinic, you meet with a team of specialists, as a group, to develop an individualized treatment plan that works for your needs. The multidisciplinary team involved in coordination of your care includes specialists in:
Webchat: What's New in Neuro-Oncology?Dana-Farber's David Reardon, MD, and Patrick Y. Wen, MD, of the Center for Neuro-Oncology discuss the latest advances in treating brain tumors during a Facebook Live Q&A.
We understand that cancer affects patients and their families in many ways. In addition to clinical care, we offer a wide range of services and supports to help you and your family manage your experience with cancer treatment and survivorship, including:
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