The Division of Gynecologic Oncology at Mount Sinai was founded in 1967 before the discipline even received official designation as a subspecialty of The American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Since then, we've been at the forefront in the treatment of all gynecologic cancers — the most common type of cancer in women after breast, lung, and colon cancers.
Our services include cancer screening, early detectiom programs, surgical management - from DaVinci robotic surgery to radical cytoreductive surgery - and post-treatment surveillance. The cancers we treat include cancers of the:
- Fallopian tube
David Fishman, MD discusses the importance of Mount Sinai's Ovarian Cancer Early Detection Program.
January is cervical cancer awareness month, part of a global initiative to promote regular pap smears and to eradicate cervical cancer. "This is a cancer that we can prevent and eventually wipe out through early detection," says Dr. Linus Chuang from The Mount Sinai Medical Center. Learn More
Division of Gynecologic Oncology
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New York, NY 10028
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