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Medical Oncology and Hematology Specialists located in Downtown Charleston, North Charleston, West Ashley, Mt. Pleasant, Summerville & Walterboro, SC.

About us

Medical Oncology and Hematology Specialists located in Downtown Charleston, North Charleston, West Ashley, Mt. Pleasant, Summerville & Walterboro, SC.

Our story

Imagine a cancer center where twelve hematologists and oncologists come together, with over 100 years of combined experience, and you have Charleston Oncology. This dedicated practice, located in state-of-the-art facilities in Downtown Charleston, North Charleston, West Ashley, Mt. Pleasant, Summerville, and Walterboro, South Carolina, focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of all kinds of cancers. The team works tirelessly to bring their patients the latest advancements in cancer medicine, participating in clinical trials whenever they can. This commitment to excellence means anyone under their care benefits from only the most innovative and efficient tools available in the fight against cancer. As a testament to their dedication, Charleston Oncology received the American Society of Clinical Oncology’s QOPI certification, which recognizes oncology practices that are committed to delivering the highest quality of cancer care.

We Don’t Stop There

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services selected Charleston Oncology as one of nearly 200 physician group practices to participate in a care delivery model that supports and encourages higher quality, more coordinated cancer care.

Charleston Oncology provides compassionate and individualized care for cancer patients and their families with a professional and friendly staff. Recognizing that cancer, and its treatments, bring unfortunate side effects, they ensure that every patient is as comfortable as possible. To that end, the practice utilizes the innovative DigniCap®, which helps prevent chemotherapy-induced hair loss.

If you or a loved one is facing a cancer diagnosis, call Charleston Oncology to learn more about the latest, cutting-edge treatments, which are delivered in a local setting.

March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. This month, Charleston Oncology recognizes the importance of spreading awareness surrounding the disease.

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    Melanoma Prevention and Awareness

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    Staying Aware for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

    Staying Aware for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

    Staying Aware for Breast Cancer Awareness monthCharleston Oncology is proud to sponsor Staying Aware for Breast Cancer Awareness month in conjunction with WCIV News Channel 4. We continue to partner with our community to ensure that every woman has the best chance of...

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    Game Changing Neoadjuvant Lung Trial Enrolls the Most People in the World

    Game Changing Neoadjuvant Lung Trial Enrolls the Most People in the World

    Charleston Oncology’s Clinical Trials most recent non–small cell lung cancer trial enrolled the most people in the world. Gene Saylors, MD, oncologist and hematologist at Charleston Oncology, will present the positive findings at the American Association for Cancer Research 2022 Annual Meeting. “When administering a new trial, we are always cautiously optimistic,” says Dr. Gene Saylors. “The positive results of this Neoadjuvant Lung Trial resulted in rapid FDA approval due to its impressive outcomes.”

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