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It’s normal to feel fear and concern when you get a cancer diagnosis.

You don’t have to face cancer alone.

Along with your family and friends, Marshfield Clinic cancer care specialists are with you every step of the way.

The best care begins with listening to your questions and concerns.

You work with a team of specialists to find the best options for your treatment.

You're in control of your treatment with assistance making decisions from your cancer care team.

Our cancer care specialists treat even the most complex and rare cancers.

Local care

Your cancer treatment team is close to home​. Your cancer care specialists live and work in the same towns and areas you do.

Cancer research

You have opportunities to access new treatments, often before they are available elsewhere.

Research specialists participate in a number of cancer clinical trials​ and contribute data to national cancer databases.

Compassionate care and support

We offer numerous support groups​ and other family resources​ to help you cope with treatment and prepare for life after ​cancer​.

Hope Lodge​ offers free lodging to adult cancer patients and their caregivers in Marshfield. 

You will have many questions following a cancer diagnosis. Here are some tips to help you​ find the answers from your doctor and cancer care team.​

Accreditation

Marshfield Clinic is recognized as one of the most respected Cancer treatment programs in the United States. We are accredited by the following organizations:

  • American College of Radiology
  • American College of Surgeons
  • American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer (CoC)
  • Association for Ambulatory HealthCare Inc.
  • Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA)
  • College of American Pathologists (CAP)
  • FDA Accredited Mammography Unit
  • Foundation for the Accreditation of Cellular Therapy
  • National College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer
  • The Joint Commission (formerly JCAHO)

See how Marshfield's Cancer Program compares to state and national programs.​​

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Test Your Knowledge of Cancer's Warning Signs

Early detection of cancer is important because it is usually easier to treat—and possibly cure—when caught early. Do you know what signs to look for? Take this quiz to find out more.

1. Any sudden or progressive change in a mole's appearance could be a sign of skin cancer.
2. A sore that doesn't heal could be a sign of skin cancer.
3. One sign of malignant melanoma is a mole tinged with shades of tan, brown, black, or blue.
4. Changes, lumps, or hard masses in the testicles are signs of testicular cancer.
5. A change in bowel habits—blood in the stool or chronic constipation—is a common symptom of stomach cancer.
6. Lumps, hard knots, or a thickening in the breast could indicate breast cancer.
7. A nagging cough or hoarseness could be signs of lung cancer.
8. Prostate cancer often has no symptoms in its early stages.
9. Symptoms of mouth or tongue cancer include a sore inside the mouth that doesn't heal and mouth pain that doesn't get better or go away.
10. Bladder cancer has no symptoms.
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