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Multiple Specialists

Our program brings together experts in a variety of fields including surgical oncology and, radiation oncology, medical oncology, radiology and interventional radiology, pain management and  patient, family and caregiver support. 

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Personalized Treatment

Our team of experts work together to create individualized treatment plans for each patient's needs. Learn more about our treatment options for Colon Cancer and Rectal Cancer.

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Innovative Research

We pioneered the leading therapies for colon & rectal cancer and offer promising new therapies for metastatic cancers.  ​

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Why Choose Johns Hopkins For Colon Cancer Treatment

The Multidisciplinary Difference 

The interaction among all research and clinical specialties that led to breakthrough discoveries is the hallmark of the Johns Hopkins Colorectal Cancer Research Center’s Multidisciplinary approach. 
The multidisciplinary approach brings together multiple specialties, precision treatments designed specifically for the unique characteristics of each patient’s cancer, and the innovative research that revolutionized progress against colorectal cancer.  

Immunotherapies provide long lasting control of specific colorectal cancers, including some advanced cancers.  

Better detection methods, including circulating tumor cell technology known as liquid biopsy, detect small clusters of cancer cells years before they are visible on CT scans or other scans. 

Advances in precision medicine, including identification of critical cancer signatures, allow doctors to customize treatment for individual patients.



The Skip Viragh Outpatient Cancer Building

The Skip Viragh Outpatient Cancer Building

201 N. Broadway
Baltimore, MD 21287


Kimmel Cancer Center at Greenspring

Greenspring Station

10753 Falls Road
Lutherville, MD 21093


Sibley Memorial Hospital

Sibley Memorial Hospital

5255 Loughboro Road, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20016

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