When you or a loved one hear the words “you have cancer,” it’s comforting to know you have extraordinary, world-class cancer care right here. Through University of Minnesota Physicians Cancer Care at Fairview, you have access to a specialized team of cancer experts leading the way in developing new, more effective ways to treat cancer.
When you or a loved one has cancer, look to the cancer experts at University of Minnesota Physicians Cancer Care at Fairview. We’re a world-class team of cancer physicians, nurses and health care professionals working together to provide you with the most advanced life-saving treatment options for your cancer.
Whether you live in the Twin Cities or in greater Minnesota, you have access to University-based cancer experts practicing at Fairview locations in Minneapolis, Edina, Maple Grove, Princeton and Wyoming.
News & Events
New outpatient infusion center at Ridges offers convenience for many patients
“The opportunity for mum to get her chemo treatments here is a godsend,” says Julie Olson of the care her mother receives at the Outpatient Infusion Center at Ridges Cancer Clinic.
Receiving care closer to home has made a significant difference in their lives, saving them time and energy, and alleviating stress. It has trimmed at least 60 miles from their commute to the Masonic Cancer Clinic at University of Minnesota Medical Center, Fairview in Minneapolis.
Cancer Survivorship Q&A with Dr. Anne Blaes
June 2 marks the 26th Annual National Cancer Survivors Day® to raise awareness of the challenges facing the nearly 14 million people who are living with a history of cancer in America. Dr. Anne Blaes, who leads the Cancer Survivor Program at University of Minnesota Physicians Cancer Care at Fairview, discusses long-term health issues stemming from cancer and its treatment.
U of M BMT expert joins Institute of Medicine
University blood and marrow transplant expert Bruce Blazar, M.D., was elected to the Institute of Medicine for his work in clinical and translational science.
The election, one of the highest honors in the fields of health and medicine, recognizes experts who demonstrate outstanding professional achievement.
Blazar, a Regents Professor in the Medical School and a Masonic Cancer Center member, is also an associate vice president of the Academic Health Center and director of the Clinical and Translational Science Institute at the University.