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Cancer Physician Team
Cancer Physician Team
The physicians of Cancer Care at West Hills are a multi-disciplinary team dedicated to your care and to communication with you and your other physicians about your treatment plan.
Each panel physician has committed to the following:
- See patients referred from Cancer Care at West Hills physicians within two business days of the request
- Attend regular meetings with other specialists to discuss the best options for patients diagnosed with cancer and be willing to present their own patients for feedback
- Maintain an office within 2 miles of the West Hills Hosptal Campus
This specialty manages the surgical aspect of cancer, such as tumor removal and some types of biopsy and includes physicians who may be board certified in Surgical Oncology or General Surgery.
This specialty manages the non-surgical aspect of cancer, such as hormone therapy, chemotherapy and targeted therapy.
This specialty manages the treatment of cancer through external and internal radiation using state-of-the-art equipment.
This specialty uses image-guided technology to see inside the body and provide advanced diagnostics and treatment.
Cyrus Baddi, MD
James Sul, MD
Head & Neck Surgery
Plastic Surgery & Reconstruction
Leilie Javan, MD
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