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Stanford Gynecologic Cancer Program

The Stanford Gynecologic Cancer program offers expert treatment for patients with ovarian, cervical, endometrial and other cancers of the reproductive system. Our physicians subspecialize in treating these types of cancers, and have extensive expertise managing all types of cases, including the most complicated.

Located in the new Stanford Women’s Cancer Center, a warm and welcoming facility, our program offers comprehensive treatment options and supportive services that honor your unique needs:

  • Convenient, single location for most of your outpatient cancer care
  • Advanced treatments, including minimally invasive surgery, state-of-the art radiotherapy and cutting-edge clinical trials
  • Weekly tumor board meetings with cancer experts to review your case and discuss therapeutic options on site
  • Guest service professionals to help you navigate and manage treatment, and a wide array of supportive services, including counseling for psychological issues, sexual side effects and changes in body image
  • Collaborative research to improve cancer prevention, detection, treatment and patient outcomes
  • Cancer Survivorship Program to focus on post-cancer wellness

Reminding Women to Listen to their Bodies

Watch a video of patient Lane Baker and her doctor Jonathan Berek, MD, MMS, as she tells her story of being diagnosed and treated for ovarian cancer.

Robotic Surgery for Gynecologic Cancers

Hear a talk on current robotic surgical techniques used to treat ovarian, endometrial, and cervical cancers.

Treating Ovarian Cancer

Watch a lecture by  Oliver Dorigo, MD, PhD, on new understandings of the basic biology of ovarian cancer. This new science has led to more accurate diagnosis and specialized treatments based on the location of the cancer and its cellular anatomy.

Types Of Gynecologic Cancers


Meet Our Team

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Patient Resources

US News: Best Hospitals National Cancder 2011-12NCCN Guidelines for Patients

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