Women's Cancer Program
Your world changes when you or a loved one receives a cancer diagnosis. It's normal to feel overwhelmed about what the future holds. The experts at the Cedars-Sinai Women's Cancer Program are with you from diagnosis to treatment and recovery. We offer the latest therapies specially designed to help you live longer and more fully.
Women's Cancers We Treat
Not sure whether your symptoms are related to a particular type of cancer? Learn more about the cancers we treat, and the risk factors and warning signs.
You're not alone. Our compassionate team is by your side throughout your diagnosis, treatment and recovery. We offer:
- Ongoing guidance: Nurse navigators at Cedar-Sinai Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute support and guide you throughout your cancer journey.
- Support: Nutritionists, psychiatrists, social workers and other specialists in Supportive Care Services provide assistance and comfort.
- Recovery programs: The Cedars-Sinai Survivorship Program offers fitness classes, educational programs and nutrition counseling for women who are in remission or recovering from cancer.
- Comprehensive services: We offer a wide range of resources for women's cancer patients.
CREWHS: Call for Applications
The Center for Research in Women’s Health and Sex Differences (CREWHS) is calling for investigators to submit their research on women’s health or sex differences. Two winners will be chosen and receive $30,000 direct cost funding for a year. Winners will also present their research at the 3rd Annual CREWHS Symposium on Tuesday, October 8, 2021. Please submit your research application via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Comprehensive Care for Breast Cancer and Other Cancers
The Women's Cancer Program is part of the Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute. For breast cancer, we partner with specialists at our Breast Cancer Program to offer comprehensive treatments and preventive measures. Specialists at the Cedars-Sinai Radiation Oncology Department use advanced technology to target tumors, minimizing damage to healthy tissue.