This highly-accurate radiation therapy allows the radiation oncologist to image and treat a patient in the same setting, minimizing toxicity.
A screening alternative to the traditional colonoscopy, the procedure uses a reconstructed CT scan to view the colon.
Used to stage gastrointestinal, lung and esophageal cancers. Hollings Cancer Center has one of the world’s most renowned endoscopic ultrasound facilities.
One of the latest screening techniques uses special light waves to target abnormal areas for biopsy, increasing the accuracy of the biopsy.
Hollings Cancer Center is one of only three South Carolina facilities that arterially infuse liver tumors with the radioactive element yttrium-90. We have more experience with this technique than any other program in the state. This treatment offers an outpatient treatment alternative to patients who may have few other available options.
A minimally invasive technique for removing superficial tumors with the use of an endoscope.
Hollings Cancer Center surgical oncologists now use a laparoscope positioned lower in the pelvic area to avoid the colostomies of the past.
This leading-edge treatment developed here at Hollings Cancer Center has a 36 percent success rate in making non-operable pancreatic tumors operable.
Along with state-of-the-art treatments, Hollings assists patients in dealing with the financial, physical and emotional aspects of having cancer.
Personalized patient care is at the center of everything we do. And no one tells the story better than our patients themselves. Meet some of our patients and hear about their cancer journey.Patient Stories
Our clinical trials for gastrointestinal cancers offer patients access to cutting-edge therapies that may not be available anywhere else.