Pancreatic Cancer Treatment for Patients From Orlando, FL
If you require treatment for pancreatic cancer, you likely have a lot of questions. How will this affect your quality of life? Who can offer you the most advanced treatment options? At Moffitt Cancer Center, we provide expert guidance and leading-edge treatments to pancreatic cancer patients from Orlando, Florida, at our center in nearby Tampa. Patients in our Gastrointestinal Oncology Program benefit from the expertise of a multispecialty treatment team that focuses exclusively on cancers of the gastrointestinal tract, and who routinely treat pancreatic cancer.
Patients in our pancreatic cancer program have access to:
- Board-certified surgeons
- Medical oncologists
- Radiation oncologists
- Interventional pain specialists
- And other experts
Moffitt offers a full spectrum of pancreatic cancer treatment, including robotic-assisted procedures, cell-based therapy and radiation therapy that is specific to GI cancers. We also understand that the physical and emotional toll of a pancreatic cancer diagnosis can sometimes feel just as devastating as the cancer itself – that’s why we offer supportive care from dietitians, counselors, social workers and other professionals in the same location as treatment. It is our goal to not only extend our patients’ lives, but to also improve their quality of life.
We spearhead groundbreaking research initiatives and a robust clinical trial program that gives our patients access to emerging pancreatic cancer treatment options, like molecular therapy and vaccine therapy. Thanks to our efforts, Moffitt is designated as a Comprehensive Cancer Center by the National Cancer Institute – the only one based in Florida.
If you would like to explore your pancreatic cancer treatment options with a Moffitt specialist, call 1-888-663-3488 or submit a new patient registration form online. To help make pancreatic cancer treatment more accessible to patients traveling from Orlando, FL, Moffitt offers reduced rates at partner hotels located near our cancer center.