Appendiceal Cancer FAQs
Have you been diagnosed with appendiceal cancer? Or are you experiencing symptoms that suggest you might have this type of malignancy? If so, you’re probably feeling a bit overwhelmed. The possibility of having appendiceal cancer can trigger a wide range of questions about causes, symptoms, treatment options and much more.
As with any other medical condition, it’s important to consult with a medical professional to ask any questions that you might have about appendiceal cancer. Symptoms and treatment can vary from one patient to another, and a physician who’s familiar with your specific condition will be able to provide you with the personalized advice you need. With that said, we know it can be stressful to wait for an appointment, so we’ve compiled answers to the following frequently asked questions to help ease your mind in the meantime:
Skilled treatment for appendiceal cancer
You can feel confident entrusting your appendiceal cancer treatment to the multispecialty team at Moffitt Cancer Center. Our Gastrointestinal Oncology Program includes surgeons, medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, endocrinologists, radiologists and pathologists, all of whom work together to provide our patients with the best possible care. Plus, our groundbreaking research and robust clinical trials program have helped us earn a designation as a Comprehensive Cancer Center by the National Cancer Institute.
If you’re interested in meeting with one of Moffitt Cancer Center’s appendiceal cancer experts, contact us today and request a consultation. You can reach out to us by calling 1-888-663-3488 or completing a new patient registration form online. Once we’ve had a chance to meet with you and learn about your condition, we’ll provide you with personalized information about next steps to take.