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Oncology (Cancer Care)
The Oncology/Haematology outpatient clinic provides consultation, diagnosis and treatment for a wide-range of cancers such as lung, breast and colon. We also treat blood disorders. The clinic offers different types of treatment, including: chemotherapy and biotherapy.
The team is inter-disciplinary comprising of oncologists, haematologists, nurses, pharmacists, a social worker and clerical navigators. They each provide highly specialized and individualized care for each patient.
Cancer Outpatient Services
*Physician referral is required for all cancer outpatient services.
Learn more about MGH's Oncology and Haematology Clinic, including what to bring to your appointment, what to expect and preparing for chemotherapy treatment.
Benign Haematology Clinic
Hematology covers a wide spectrum of blood disorders. Some of these are mild, but some are challenging chronic conditions. The hematology team will work closely with you to ensure you get the best possible care.
For each visit to the Clinic, please bring:
- Ontario Health Card.
- Name, address and phone number of your family doctor, next of kin, and emergency contact.
- Family member or friend.
- A list of medicines you are currently taking.
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