Cancer Care

Mass General Cancer Center at Emerson Hospital – Bethke Names New Medical Director


Cancer Center reaches a milestone and evolves


Twenty years after Emerson established a cancer center, the program continues to evolve. During an era characterized by increasingly precise treatment, including new approaches to radiation oncology and the arrival of targeted therapies and immunotherapy, the Mass General Cancer Center at Emerson Hospital – Bethke has grown in size and sophistication.

The doctor is in: Advances in bladder cancer treatment and prevention


Surgical specialties combine expertise with new technology


The number of surgical specialties offered at Emerson continues to grow. Here are four examples of how our patients continue to benefit from the available combination of advanced technology and the expertise of our physicians.

Auxiliary of Emerson Hospital Annual Meeting Featured Dr. Jon DuBois, Mass General Cancer Center at Emerson Hospital - Bethke


Take Control: Demystifying Breast Cancer


When healing is a challenge the Emerson Center for Advanced Wound Care has the expertise


We expect our bodies to heal, because they usually do. When they don’t heal success­fully, the Emerson Center for Advanced Wound Care offers a range of treatments, from the most basic to the most high-tech.

The doctor is in: Skin cancer and tanning dangers for teens and young adults


Ira Skolnik, MD, PhD, dermatologist, shares insights on young women, tanning and the health risk associated with tanning booths.

Emerson Hospital Hosts ‘Black & White Masquerade Ball’ to Benefit Cancer Care


Breast Cancer Conferences bring all the expertise together


The overwhelming majority of breast cancer is diagnosed at an early stage, is relatively easily treated, and patients have an excellent survival rate. For complex situations, Emerson physicians regularly break away from their busy clinical schedules and bring their collective knowledge and experience to bear on treating difficult cases. 

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