Sarah Cannon is a global network of cancer programs offering integrated cancer services with convenient access to cutting-edge therapies for those facing cancer in communities across the US and UK.
Together, our partnering physicians have access to:
- National and international tumor board conferences to discuss specific patient cases.
- Sarah Cannon Nurse Navigators, who specialize in specific cancer types, to keep the patient and care team connected through the entire care continuum.
- An unrivaled early-phase clinical trial program that brings new trials into the community often before they are accessible anywhere else.
Blood Cancer Network
Sarah Cannon is one of the world’s largest providers of blood and marrow transplant (BMT), conducting more than 1,000 transplants per year. The experience of our centers is reflected in the 14,000 transplants performed since the inception of our first program. Learn more.
At least 50% of all cancer patients will receive radiation therapy at some stage during their course of treatment. Sarah Cannon is one of the largest providers of radiation oncology services in the United States and our facilities include more than 45 radiation oncology treatment centers. Learn more.
Molecular profiling has emerged to play a pivotal role in personalized medicine, classifying tumors based on genetic profiles for the purposes of cancer diagnosis or treatment, or predicting response to therapy. Innovative technologies, including next generation sequencing (NGS), can now be used clinically to identify an extensive panel of actionable and exploratory genetic alterations. Learn more.
A nurse navigator is a health care professional trained in cancer care, who guides and supports patients and their families through the many challenges of cancer. The navigator is dedicated to bringing together all multidisciplinary team members involved in a patient’s care. Learn more.