Anal Cancer FAQs
If you’ve recently been diagnosed with anal cancer, it’s important to learn about your condition and understand your treatment options. At Moffitt Cancer Center, we know that receiving a cancer diagnosis can feel overwhelming. That’s why the multispecialty team that makes up our Gastrointestinal Oncology Program is not just committed to providing you with the best possible treatment, but also to helping you understand your condition and the options available to you. We offer comprehensive diagnostic, treatment and supportive care services, ensuring you receive a treatment plan that improves your likelihood of a successful outcome and a better quality of life.
To help you understand your condition, you may find the following article helpful:
- How Do I Manage the Side Effects of Anal Cancer Treatment?
- Questions to Ask After Being Diagnosed With Anal Cancer
- Three Things to Know About Anal Cancer Treatment
- Are Hemorrhoids a Warning Sign of Anal Cancer?
In addition to the information you can find online, consulting with a cancer expert can help you learn about the treatment options that are most suitable based on your unique condition. Every patient’s experience is difference, which is why we ensure each case is given individualized attention. At Moffitt, we do not require a referral and welcome new patients to schedule an appointment by calling 1-888-663-3488 or filling out a new patient registration form online.