Locations and Physicians

Phoenix - Biltmore Cancer Center (Colon and Rectal Surgeons)

Phoenix - Biltmore Cancer Center (Colon and Rectal Surgeons)
2222 E. Highland Ave., Suite 400
Phoenix, AZ 85016

Map & Directions

Phone: 602-283-7995
Fax: 602-283-7996

Treatments & Services

Diet & Nutrition Services
Clinical Laboratory
Diagnostic Imaging
Genetic Risk Assessment
Pharmacy/Admixture
PET Imaging




  • Fertility for Cancer Survivors

    Fertility for Cancer Survivors

    October 30, 2019

    For a man or woman in their childbearing years, a cancer diagnosis can come with a scary thought: will having children be possible? Fortunately, with improvements in treatment and fertility preservation options, having a baby after remission can become a reality for many cancer survivors. 

    The Risks of Infertility After Cancer

    When it comes to whether or not you’re at risk for infertility after cancer, there really is no one-size-fits-all answer. Overall, the chances of remaining fertile depend on a variety of factors including the cancer type, the treatments you received, how your body responded, as well as the original fertility potential. 

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  • Breast Cancer Awareness Month

    October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

    September 10, 2019

    Early detection is key for effectively fighting breast cancer! The most important screening test in early breast cancer detection is a mammogram. In addition to an improved outcome, some patients diagnosed with early-stage disease are candidates to have less aggressive surgery, can skip chemotherapy or radiation, or will receive a shorter course of treatment for breast cancer.

    Breast cancer does not represent “one disease” but, rather, many different and similar diseases all characterized by normal breast cells becoming cancerous breast cells. Although we do not know why most patients develop breast cancer, abnormal genes appear to play a key role in some patients and genetic testing has assumed a greater role in evaluating many newly diagnosed patients.

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