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At the Lowe Center for Thoracic Oncology
at Dana-Farber/Brigham and Women’s Cancer Center (DF/BWCC), our team of
experts works together to provide compassionate and comprehensive care
for patients with lung cancer. We are committed to providing every
patient with the best and most personalized treatment options available,
taking advantage of the full range of services of a top-ranked cancer
hospital and research center.
Your health care team includes distinguished thoracic surgeons,
medical oncologists, and radiation oncologists who have pioneered the
most effective techniques in lung cancer treatment.
Exceptional Care for Patients with Small Cell Lung Cancer
Multidisciplinary team approach to care based on each patient’s unique situation.
Deep expertise in diagnosing and treating even the most complicated cases.
Access to the very latest therapies, including clinical trials.
One of the most experienced lung cancer teams in the nation.
Timely diagnosis and treatment (appointments usually within five business days or less).
A full range of resources and treatments for symptom management.
Dedicated lung cancer support team provides counseling, emotional
and spiritual support, as well as practical help with housing and
Full expertise of two world-class medical centers — Brigham and Women's Hospital and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.
Appointments and Second Opinions
As a new Dana-Farber patient, find answers to questions about your first visit: what to bring, how to find us, where to park, and how to prepare.
We offer a wide range of services, from financial planning to creative arts to spiritual counsel, to support our patients through their cancer experiences.