Colorectal Cancer Center
The Johns Hopkins Colorectal Cancer Center is dedicated to developing creative, multimodal treatment plans for complicated, advanced colon and rectal cancers. Physicians from the departments of oncology, surgery, medicine and pathology, along with a team of specialized nurses, social workers and genetic counselors, collaborate closely to discuss every diagnosis and develop a coordinated approach that ensures the best possible treatment and outcome for each patient.
Multidisciplinary clinics: Patients with colon cancer or rectal cancer gain access to a variety of specialists, within the setting of one clinic. These specialists work closely together to develop individualized plans to improve outcomes for patients.
Comprehensive cancer center: The Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins is a National Cancer Institute-designated cancer center, demonstrating adherence to stringent standards and expertise in laboratory, clinical and behavioral and population-based research.
Multiple locations: Patients seeking care for colon or rectal cancers at Johns Hopkins have location options throughout the Baltimore and Washington, D.C., metro areas.
Access to clinical trials: Our patients have unique clinical trial opportunities that may lead to improved patient care.
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Our team specializes in creative, multimodal treatments for complicated, advanced colon and rectal cancers.
More information about services for patients with colon or rectal cancers.