Hematology is the study of blood, the parts of the body where blood is formed, and blood diseases. It is important to note that many blood diseases are not cancerous. Hematologists are trained in treating benign conditions as well as malignant ones.
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Medical oncology includes the diagnosis, treatment, and management of cancer. Opportunities to treat cancer include treatments which can destroy cancer cells, slow the growth of cancer, prevent cancer from spreading, and reduce the symptoms from cancer.
Our state-of-the-art, modern, and comfortable infusion center offers convenience for Cochise County residents to receive medication, injection, and intravenous treatments under the direct supervision of highly trained doctors. We recognize the value of bringing care close to home and try to make every visit as comfortable at our center as possible.
Palliative care is focused on improving quality of life and easing illness burden in those facing serious illness. This includes management of distressing symptoms such as cancer-related pain, nausea, and/or uncontrolled shortness of breath.