The University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center is one of only 48 centers in the U.S. to earn the National Cancer Institute's "Comprehensive" designation. Our Comprehensive Cancer Center is also a founding member of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network, a consortium of 27 premiere cancer centers formed to develop national guidelines to ensure consistent, high-quality and cost-effective cancer care.
Our multidisciplinary cancer clinics follow a team approach to care. We were one of the first to bring together all the experts with subspecialty care around a specific cancer diagnosis - oncologists, radiologists, pathologists and surgeons - needed to develop a complete diagnosis and individual treatment plans. Physicians and nurses provide ongoing care, while each patient's needs determine the specialists involved.
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Quality of care measures for other types of cancer will be added in the near future.