Arizona Oncology - The US Oncology Network

Locations and Physicians

Phoenix - Biltmore Cancer Center (Radiation Oncology)

2222 E. Highland Avenue, Suite 130
Phoenix, AZ 85016

Map & Directions

Phone: (602) 283-2345
Fax: (602) 283-3039

Specialties at this location

Radiation Oncology

Treatments & Services

PET Imaging
Radiation Therapy
High-dose-rate Brachytherapy
Intensity-Modulated Radiation Therapy

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