Baltimore Cancer & Blood Disease Treatment

Excellent Treatment from an Expert Team

A cancer diagnosis can be a frightening moment in your life, but you do not have to fight the battle against it alone. At The Oncology Center of Central Baltimore, we are dedicated to standing alongside you throughout the treatment process. With the latest technology and medicine in the field of cancer treatment, you can feel safe knowing that you are in good hands!

We treat numerous types of cancers and blood disorders including:

  • Lung Cancer: Often caused by tobacco use or exposure to harmful chemicals in the home or workplace, this abnormal cell growth can take place anywhere from the windpipe down to small air sacs in the periphery of the lungs.
  • Breast Cancer: Originating from breast tissue, this type of cancer is most commonly found in the inner lining of milk ducts or lobules that supply the ducts with milk. We can help treat breast cancer and prevent it from spreading.
  • Lymphoma: This blood cancer occurs when white blood cells in the immune system divide faster than normal or live longer than usual, lymphoma may occur in lymph nodes, the spleen, bone marrow, or blood.
  • Sickle Cell: A hereditary blood disorder characterized by red blood cells that assume an abnormal shape, this disease decreases the cell's flexibility and can result in various life-threatening complications.
  • Colon Cancer: Caused by uncontrolled cell growth in the colon or rectum, colon cancer may produce symptoms such as rectal bleeding and anemia, sometimes associated with weight loss and unusual bowel habits.

Visit our state-of-the-art treatment facility!

Let our expert team help you start the fight against cancer. If you have recently been diagnosed with any of these types of cancer and are living in the Baltimore area, call our office at (410) 662-6222 and schedule an appointment with one of our caring and professional staff members today!

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Why Choose Us?

  • Individual and specialized care
  • State of the art medicine and treatments
  • Dr Stanley Walker is not only an oncologist but he teaches medical students and residents