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COVID-19 & Your Cancer Care
New Provider: L. Lisa Ge, M.D.
Becoming Women's Cancer Care
COVID-19 & Your Cancer Care
New Provider: L. Lisa Ge, M.D.
Becoming Women's Cancer Care

You are a unique person on life's journey.

If that journey happens to take an unwanted detour onto the path of cancer, the team at Women’s Cancer Care is here to help. The specialized care our patients receive is designed to restore them physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually by combining the best in evidence-based medicine, innovative approaches, extensive support, and services created to meet the needs of each individual patient. With the only women’s cancer specialists between San Francisco and Los Angeles, our California cancer care center is uniquely positioned to help you receive the quality of care you deserve while staying close to home.

This may not be the journey you expected, but we will walk with you every step of the way.

Meditation is an activity a Women's Cancer Care specialist can advise you on.

Serving women of
the Central Valley for

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Comprehensive Care

Treating the whole person—body, mind, and spirit.

Types of Cancers

Knowing your cancer helps you live with it. Find information straight from the experts about breast, gynecologic and other women’s cancers.

Types of Treatments

There are no one-size-fits-all solutions—with WCC, your treatment plan is completely customized to your needs.

Symptoms & Side Effects

Learn to manage every aspect of living with cancer, including symptoms of the disease and side effects of treatment.

For Patients

As a person who has cancer, you may have questions, doubts, and worries. We will help you learn about your diagnosis and treatment so that you are empowered in your care. Here are resources to begin your journey and keep moving forward.

For Caregivers & Families

As a friend, family member, or caregiver of someone with cancer, you provide invaluable support, companionship, and more—making you part of the cancer care team. Find insights and resources for how to help your loved one here.