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Arizona Blood and Cancer Specialists is a multi-specialty practice focused on treating patients with cancer and blood disorders. We provide medical and radiation oncology, hematology and breast health/surgery. Every cancer patient deserves to have a highly skilled and experienced care team.

A team that provides the most advanced technologies and treatments for cancer, close to home. They also deserve a care team that understands the personal side of cancer. Clinical excellence and compassionate support for our patients are core elements that our practice was built on.

The risk of developing cancer in one’s life is 1 in 2 for men and 1 in 3 for women, so it is important to understand your risk factors, as well as signs and symptoms to be aware of. You can download our brochure where we have provided information on the most commonly diagnosed cancers in adults. 

Cancer Screening - It Can Save Your Life!

Cancer screening is available to detect several types of cancer. The intent of this screening is to find and treat early stage cancers. People whose cancers are found early are more likely to survive these cancers than are those whose cancers are not found until symptoms appear. 

Learn more about cancer screening and ways to lower your cancer risk.

The Harmful Effects of Tobacco

Using tobacco can harm nearly every organ of the body, and cause many diseases including cancer. It can reduce the health of smokers in general. Download this information to learn about all of the ways it can affect your health. 

Knowing Your Family's Health History

For people who have a family history of cancer, screening becomes even more important, since that population is at a higher risk of developing the disease. Learn more about why it's important to know your family's health history and find the link we provided to help you keep track of yours! 

Ban the Tan! Protect the Skin You're In!

Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer diagnosed in the United States. Annually, there are more than 5.4 million new cases of non-melanoma skin cancers. While there are fewer cases of melanoma, the incidence of this cancer is on the rise. Many of these cancers can be prevented by protecting skin from excessive sun exposure and avoiding indoor tanning. Download our handy guide to learn what you need to know about staying safe in the sun!