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Cancer is a complex and varied disease. It can begin anywhere in the body and spread for reasons that are not yet understood. The same kind of cancer behaves differently from one patient to the next.

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UF Health Cancer Center in Gainesville embraces a team-focused approach to patient care with the intention of customizing treatment to match each patient’s needs. Our cancer experts work to ensure coordinated care is available to each patient through diagnosis, treatment and recovery, and that patients who need several different therapies to treat their cancer will receive the ideal combination.

Our cancer center features state-of-the-art technologies such as intraoperative radiation therapy, image-guided stereotactic radiosurgery and minimally invasive robotic surgery. Our University of Florida doctors, surgeons and researchers are nationally known experts, and many of our programs are national centers of excellence, including the UF Health Breast Center and the Bone Marrow Transplant Program.

UF Health is also home to one of only a handful of proton therapy centers in the country and the world's first multidisciplinary metastatic disease program established with the vision of “curing the incurable.”

UF Health Gainesville Cancer Care

UF physicians at UF Health Shands Hospital in Gainesville offer specialized, disease-specific multidisciplinary care in the following areas:


UF Health Jacksonville Cancer Center

At the UF Health Jacksonville Cancer Center, multidisciplinary teams of University of Florida physicians work together using the latest diagnostic and therapeutic innovations to optimize cancer treatment outcomes. 

UF Health Proton Therapy Institute

Until recently, the treatment of cancer was often just as frightening as the diagnosis. It doesn't have to be that way. At the UF Health Proton Therapy Institute, we're committed to changing the way cancer is treated, and the way cancer treatment is experienced. That's why we're developing the newest, least invasive, and most promising tool in use today: proton therapy.