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Yale Cancer Center (YCC) is one of only 51 National Cancer Institute-designated comprehensive cancer centers in the nation and the only such center in Connecticut. Cancer treatment for patients is available at Smilow Cancer Hospital through 13 multidisciplinary teams and at 15 Smilow Cancer Hospital Care Centers in Connecticut and Rhode Island. Comprehensive cancer centers play a vital role in the advancement of the NCI’s goal of reducing morbidity and mortality from cancer through scientific research, cancer prevention, and innovative cancer treatment.

Latest from Yale Cancer Center

Oncology Therapy at the End of Life: Have We Missed the Mark?

November 03, 2022

Continued treatment for patients with cancer near end of life delays conversations about goals of care and hospice enrollment, escalates costs, and may adversely affect the quality of care patients receive.

Metastatic Breast Cancer Enters a New Era of HER2 Classification

September 02, 2022

A dramatic presentation at the 2022 American Society of Clinical Oncology Annual Meeting changed treatment standards seemingly overnight for women with previously treated metastatic HER2-low breast cancer. However, fundamental questions remain.

Petrylak Provides Insight Into Testing, Multidisciplinary Management in Prostate and Bladder Cancer

August 22, 2022

Dr Petrylak discusses current issues with genetic testing and disease management in prostate and bladder cancer, some of the reasons for poor testing rates, and the importance of proper multidisciplinary management during testing and when seeking to mitigate adverse effects.

Yale Scientists Develop Precision Medicine Approach to Metabolic Therapy for Breast Cancer

June 10, 2022

Scientists at Yale Cancer Center have found that patients with breast cancer and high levels of insulin in the blood may be responsive to metabolism-targeting treatments, which in turn may improve the effectiveness of subsequent chemotherapy treatments.

Neoadjuvant Enfortumab Vedotin May Be an Option for Cisplatin-Ineligible MIBC

May 28, 2022

Neoadjuvant administration of the antibody drug conjugate enfortumab vedotin-ejfv represents a potential future treatment option for patients with muscle invasive bladder cancer who are ineligible for cisplatin-based chemotherapy.