Meet the organizations in Atlanta that are pushing forward in the fight against cancer with cutting-edge research and treatment.
Cancer Treatment Centers of America
Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) in metro Atlanta is part of the CTCA Comprehensive Cancer Care Network and is located in historic Newnan, just outside of Atlanta. Specializing in treating adult cancer patients, CTCA Atlanta offers an integrative approach to care that combines surgery, radiation, chemotherapy, and advancements in precision cancer treatment with supportive therapies designed to manage side effects and enhance quality of life, both during and after treatment. CTCA Atlanta also offers qualified patients a range of clinical trials that may reveal new treatment options supported by scientific and investigational research. Learn more at cancercenter.com/atlanta.
At Georgia Urology, our expert physicians are recognized leaders in the treatment of urological cancers. We offer the most advanced and innovative treatments for all types of cancers of the genitourinary system including bladder cancer, kidney cancer, prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and cancer of the adrenal glands, penis, ureters, and urethra—some of which are not available anywhere else in the region. No matter your healthcare need, you deserve to be confident. You deserve a partner you can trust. You deserve the experts at Georgia Urology. Call us at 678-284-4053 to schedule an appointment, or visit us at gaurology.com.
WellStar Cancer Network
WellStar Cancer Network is a national leader in screening, minimally invasive surgery, and advanced multidisciplinary care for brain, breast, prostate, and lung cancers. WellStar is the only health system in metro Atlanta in the Mayo Clinic Care Network, allowing patients access to Mayo Clinic’s expertise while continuing to receive care close to home through WellStar physicians. Our Lung Cancer Specialty Teams and Treatment (STAT) clinic offers low-dose CT screening for early lung cancer detection. To date, 70 percent of cancers found through this method were in early stages compared to the 15.6 percent national average. For a WellStar physician, call 770-956-7827. Learn more at wellstar.org.