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When it comes to diagnosing and treating cancer, experience matters.

Siteman Cancer Center's team of Washington University specialists treats 8,500 newly diagnosed cancer patients a year, providing personalized treatment plans for each one. This experience opens the door to many different treatment options, including the most current clinical studies available in the country.

To make it easier to receive care, Siteman now has three convenient locations:

To read about patients whose lives have been changed by the Siteman Cancer Center, click on the links below.


  O’Fallon, Mo., resident Jim Whitworth beat leukemia with the help of a stem-cell transplant performed at the Siteman Cancer Center.
Kathy Ferrar crop A mother of three, colon cancer survivor Kathy Ferrara credits the Siteman Cancer Center with giving her more time with her children.
Cancer Survivor Nita Quigley Illinois resident Nita Quigley and her Siteman Cancer Center surgeon didn’t let lung cancer change her life or affect her volunteer work.