Four offices:
Albuquerque, NM  ,  El Paso, TX Farmington, NM  &  Santa Fe, NM
Albuquerque, Farmington, Santa Fe:   (505) 559 - 4495
El Paso:     (915) 317 - 5077
Fax:   (505) 842 - 8025
Gynecologic Oncology, Cancer Genetics, Hematology Oncology, Minimally Invasive Surgery, Chemotherapy Services... All in a Warm, Caring and Supportive Environment.

About Us:

The Mission of Women's Cancer and Surgical Care is to maintain a culture of excellence by delivering to our patients the most advanced, timely, and compassionate care possible. Women's Cancer and Surgical Care leads in providing oncology and surgical care in a multi-specialty setting.

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Gynecologic Oncology Services:
Evaluation, treatment and management of all gynecologic cancers. Coordination of cancer care with other physicians locally and regionally to enhance treatment outcomes for gyn cancers. Coordination of referral services to major cancer facilities such as MD Anderson and Mayo Clinic for second opinions.

Examples of diseases that are evaluated and treated: cervical cancer; precancers and other diseases related to Human Papilloma Virus; ovarian cancer; endometrial cancer and other uterine cancers; vulvar cancer and other diseases of the vulva; prophylactic hysterectomy/oopherctomy for patients with personal history of familial cancer syndromes; abdominal/pelvic tumor evaluation and surgical evaluation for gynecologic conditions.

A few of the available treatments at WCSC are: robotic surgery or other minimally invasive surgical techniques; intravenous chemotherapy/intraperitoneal chemotherapy; oral chemotherapy; growth factors and colposcopy.

Adult Medical Oncology-Hematology and Cancer Genetics Services:

Evaluation, treatment and management of all major cancers, blood cancers, and other blood disorders. 

Genetic consultations for cancer syndromes. Coordination of cancer care both locally and nationally with other doctors who specialize in cancer surgery, and radiation treatments. Referral to major cancer centers for second opinions and treatments as it is medically appropriate.

Examples of diseases that are evaluated and treated: solid tumors include colon cancers, breast cancers, prostate cancers, and lung cancers; hematologic cancers include lymphomas, leukemias, multiple myeloma, and myelodysplastic syndromes; benign hematologic disorders include anemias, low platelets, coagulation disorders, bleeding disorders, and iron-storage disorders; cancer syndromes include breasts and ovarian cancer syndrome (BRCA), colorectal cancer syndromes space (FAP, Lynch syndrome), other cancer syndromes (Li Fraumeni, Peutz-Jeghers, pancreatic cancer, and von Hippel-Lindau).

Some of the treatments available: intravenous chemotherapy, oral chemotherapy, anti-hormonal therapies, biologics, growth factors, intravenous immunoglobulin therapy, intravenous iron therapy, therapeutic phlebotomies, and anti-coagulation therapies.

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