Melanoma and Pigmented Lesion Clinic
Cancer of the skin is by far the most common of all cancers with melanoma being the cause of the majority of skin cancer deaths. The incidence of melanoma continues to increase and it has become one of the most common forms of cancer in the United States, especially among young adult women ages 20-39. This year, an estimated 73,000 melanomas will be diagnosed in the U.S.
Supportive Oncodermatology Clinic
The Department of Dermatology at the George Washington (GW) Medical Faculty Associates, the largest independent physician practice group in the D.C. region with more than 750 providers and 51 clinical specialties, is proud to announce the establishment of the Supportive Oncodermatology Clinic/Program.
Ruth Paul Hereditary Cancer Clinic
At the Ruth Paul Hereditary Cancer Clinic, we work with patients who have a personal history of cancer as well as those who are at high risk for developing cancer because of a known genetic mutation and/or a strong family history of cancer. Our role is to help patients understand and manage their risk of cancer by providing hereditary cancer risk assessment, genetic counseling, genetic testing, and preventative care for high risk individuals.
High Risk Skin Cancer Clinic
The GW Cancer Center's High Risk Skin Cancer Clinic is a part of the Cutaneous Oncology Program. The High Risk Skin Cancer Clinic provides comprehensive care for complex or advanced skin cancers, as well as patients who have an elevated risk for skin cancer development.
Male Fertility and Sexual Health Preservation Clinic
For boys or men who have been diagnosed with cancer, we offer a unique program to help them protect their fertility regardless of the treatment they need to undergo. You can begin cancer treatment with little or no delay, confident that you have taken every step possible to allow the option of future children. Our program also helps cancer survivors maintain their sexual function following treatment.