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Overview of Clinical Services for Endocrine Cancer

The endocrine organs produce hormones that regulate a wide variety of bodily functions. Therefore, endocrine tumors and/or cancers of the adrenalparathyroidpituitary, thyroid glands, as well as pheochromcytomas, can have broad bodily effects.

Although these cancers all affect hormone producing organs, the organs they affect reside in are not confined to just one part of the body. At the Stanford Cancer Center, our multidisciplinary approach to all cancers is especially beneficial for patients who have endocrine cancers.

In addition to the physicians in our Thyroid Cancer Clinic and Endocrinology Clinic who specialize in treating endocrine neoplasms, our teams of surgeons, endocrinologists, pathologists, medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, and genetic counselors throughout the Cancer Center are used to working together to provide patients with the best care possible.

Cancer Center physicians treating endocrine cancers can offer you:


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