The highly skilled cancer treatment specialists at BSA are dedicated to helping patients through cancer diagnoses. We work with your team of providers to offer you the best treatment and the best outcomes possible.
BSA providers are committed to walking with patients from the time of diagnosis and all the way through treatment of the disease. Our goal is to give our patients all the knowledge and support they need to fight cancer.
Medical oncology involves development of a treatment plan based on the individual patient's type of cancer, the extent of the disease, and the most effective treatment(s) available. Major components of treatment efforts include the use of medications including chemotherapy, hormonal therapy, and biologics. Click here to learn more about medical oncology.
|Brian T. Pruitt, M.D., FACP|
Hematology is a specialty area focused on the care of patients with blood disorders, including malignant (ex. leukemia) and non-malignant (ex. anemia, clotting problems) disorders.
|Sue Nadesan, M.D.||Anita Ravipati, M.D.|
Radiation oncology is the treatment modality in which high-energy X-rays are used to kill cancer cells so they are unable to grow, multiply or spread.
|Jaime Zusman, M.D.||Daniel Arsenault, M.D.|
Gynecologic oncology is dedicated to the treatment of women with cancers arising from the female reproductive organs. This discipline may combine surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy, as well as other emerging therapeutic modalities.
|Thahir Farzan, M.D.|
Surgical oncology is a specialized form of surgery that involves treating, managing and preventing various types of cancers. The surgical oncologists at BSA not only remove tumors, cancerous cells and growths, but also take measures to avoid the potential spread and further risk of more cancer.
|Shane Holloway, M.D.||Michael Lary, M.D.|