Get comprehensive treatment for cancer at Wayne UNC Health Care. You’ll receive specialized cancer treatments that follow your doctor’s recommendations for the type and stage of your cancer. Feel confident that your personalized care will come from an established cancer care team with years of experience working with cancer patients.
Your Cancer Care Plan
Expect high-quality care and services when you choose cancer treatment at Wayne UNC. Your cancer care team at Wayne UNC will tailor your treatment plan to fit your diagnosis, specific cancer treatment needs and personal preferences.
To treat your cancer, you may need one or more types of cancer treatments. Rely on Wayne UNC to provide cancer treatments or a combination of treatments including:
- Chemotherapy – Uses medicines given orally or through a vein (intravenous (IV) infusion) to stop your cancer from spreading or get rid of your cancer
- Immunotherapy (biotherapy) – Helps boost or restore your immune system to treat and help fight your cancer
- Radiation therapy – Kills, shrinks, or stops the spreading of your cancer cells by using targeted high-energy waves
Your cancer doctor may recommend surgery to remove your cancerous tumor as the first line of treatment, or in combination with other cancer treatments. You’ll find the type of cancer surgery you need and exceptional care to help you recover at our hospital.
Your Cancer Care Team
Your knowledgeable and compassionate cancer care team at Wayne UNC will help you through your cancer journey. Rest assured your team will answer your questions and keep you informed about your treatment and therapy plan. You’ll benefit from our specialty care team made up of:
- Board-certified medical and radiation oncologists (cancer doctors)
- Cancer navigators
- Chemotherapy and oncology-certified nurses
- Registered dietitian
- Dedicated oncology case manager
- Case managers
- Social workers
Find the cancer support and guidance you need from our cancer navigator. Count on our skilled specialist at Wayne UNC to help you and your family understand and manage your cancer symptoms, treatment, and recovery.