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Lung cancer treatment at The University of Vermont Medical Center includes unique and modern technology. You have the option of lung cancer video-assisted surgery (known as VATS), which shortens recovery time.
Patients leave here after their first visit knowing that our team members are talking to each other to come up with a treatment plan. Our goal is three weeks or less from your initial appointment to your first treatment.
Lung Cancer Diagnosis
The UVM Medical Center is here to help you through every aspect of your care, starting from the moment you first visit us for your initial assessment. We want to provide you with the support, information and care that you need during the treatment period - and beyond. Additionally, we offer long-term surveillance once you return to your daily life.
If you think you are at risk for lung cancer, talk to your doctor about a lung cancer screening.
The Clinic offers leading-edge technology in the diagnosis and staging of lung cancer, including:
Your lung cancer treatment team includes the advanced care and expertise of a specialized group of physicians who work together in the fields of:
We also meet special needs, such as:
Learn more about lung cancer treatments.