In 2016, more than 1.5 million new cases of cancer were diagnosed in the United States according to the National Cancer Institute, and nearly 600,000 people died of the disease. But as technology and research advance, more and more people are being put in a different category — cancer survivor.
The Cancer Center at Lowell General Hospital takes a Full Circle Approach to cancer care by treating the entire person, not just the disease. Each individual’s cancer is different, so each new case is reviewed by a multidisciplinary panel of experts who use the latest research and data to determine the best course of treatment.
At Lowell General, we use cutting edge technology to catch the cancer at its earliest and most treatable stage. Once a diagnosis is made, our patients have access to expertly-trained oncologists and surgeons, who seek to deliver the most thorough, least intensive treatment they can provide. During treatment, our staff will hold your hand through every appointment, test and procedure so you can focus on what’s most important - beating cancer. And those who are eligible will have access to the latest experimental treatments through clinical trials.
In Greater Lowell, the best cancer care can be found close to home, near your family and loved ones. Cancer is survivable. At Circle Health, we promise to provide Complete connected care you can count on, when and where you need it most.