Cancer Care at RenownAt the William N. Pennington Cancer Institute, patients receive innovative, personalized treatment to fight cancer while our experienced team provides the support and technology to maintain a high quality of life. Our clinical expertise and advanced treatment options allow us to blend evidence-based care with cutting-edge research to improve cancer outcomes.
Cancer Types & DiagnosisLearn about the various cancer types and their symptoms.
Screening & PreventionSchedule a breast, colorectal, gynecologic, lung or prostate cancer screening today.
Cancer TreatmentOptions ranging from chemotherapy and radiation to surgery and clinical trials.
Cancer Care TeamSee how our exceptional team is ready to manage your care.
Clinical Trials & ResearchDedicated to finding causes of cancer and develop more reliable treatments.
Cancer Support & WellnessWellness therapies, nutrition, support groups and more.
Cancer ResourcesMastectomy fittings, wigs, scarves and other support.
Nurse NavigatorsYour first point of contact helping you make informed decisions.
Healthy Nevada Project
"Northern Nevada ranks at the bottom when it comes to health, with a high incidence of pancreatic cancer, colon cancer and breast cancer. However, as the Healthy Nevada Project evolves, we have discovered some people have a genetic predisposition to cancer, which we would never have found otherwise." - Christos Galanopoulos, MD, MBA, MSc, FACS.Join The Study
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