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At Memorial Hermann, you’ll never fight cancer alone. Our affiliated physicians provide full-scope patient-centered cancer care. With numerous access points across Greater Houston, Memorial Hermann delivers timely and convenient cancer care including prevention, screening, treatment and survivorship support.

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Cancers We Treat

Memorial Hermann provides comprehensive cancer care that focuses on both the patient and caregiver. We offer personalized, evidence-based treatment specializing in many types of cancers.

Breast Care Services

Our Breast Care Centers offer a coordinated approach to breast health with services for preventative care, early detection, accurate diagnosis, treatment and ongoing emotional support.

Patient Support & Education

Skill, talent and technology are critical to the success of cancer treatment. And so is compassion in patient care. Memorial Hermann Cancer Centers have enhanced the experience of cancer patients by fostering courage and perseverance, and delivering state-of-the-art treatment with outstanding outcomes.

Visit our educational resource library of past online seminars and chats given by physicians affiliated with our hospital and learn about our patient-specific cancer care.

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Patient Navigation

When someone is diagnosed with cancer, it can be an overwhelming experience. That's why we have experienced cancer nurses and a specialized team of Oncology Nurse Navigators that help patients through the process.

Our Cancer Centers have Oncology Nurse Navigators on staff throughout the Memorial Hermann system to assist cancer patients in the transition from diagnosis through treatment and beyond. Patients are then able to traverse their cancer pathway more easily and focus on recovery and healing.

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Bringing Health Care to your Doorstep

Search Memorial Hermann Cancer Center locations around the greater Houston area to find a Cancer Center near you.


Patient Stories

For this Cancer Survivor, Life Began at 67

For Jean Joseph, life began when she was diagnosed with colon cancer in 2017, at age 67. She had been sleepwalking through life for three years, reeling from the death of her only child — and best friend – Laura, at 44, from endometrial cancer. Read The Full Story

Surviving Breast Cancer at a Young Age: Angel Marie Fields Moves on to Help Others

Angel Marie Fields was out with friends when she noticed that her chest felt tight and heavy. She felt a lump but did not give it much attention. After all, she was only 26. Read The Full Story

Saving a Linguist’s Tongue

In summer of 2017, Beck had what he thought was a canker sore that was not healing. His dentist examined it and advised him to see a specialist for a biopsy if it didn’t heal in a couple of weeks. Read The Full Story