ALERT: COVID19 Update: For your safety, you will be asked to use a mask, if you do not have one, a mask will be provided. If a person presents with a temperature, you will be asked to return home and further instructions will be given by your health care team. For our patient’s protection, no visitors under 18 will be allowed in the offices, there is a limit one (1) visitor per patient if necessary. No visitors are allowed in the chemo infusion room. Telemedicine visits are available for routine office visits.

All Patients – Very Important: Regardless of vaccination status.  If you are experiencing a fever or cold-like like symptoms, which also include GI Symptoms and Diarrhea, you should contact your Virginia Cancer Specialists Advice Line before visiting our clinics for scheduled appointments. This includes symptoms of respiratory illness, such as coughing or difficulty breathing.  More Information-PLEASE CLICK HERE

It's Melanoma Monday, start the season off right with some tips: Detection, Risk Factors and Prevention.

Virginia Cancer Specialists Practice Blog

May 07, 2018
Virginia Cancer Specialists » VCS Practice News » Cancer Types » VCS Practice News » Melanoma » It’s Melanoma Monday, start the season off right with some tips: Detection, Risk Factors and Prevention.

Skin Cancer Prevention and Early Detection

Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States. In fact, more skin cancers are diagnosed in the US each year than all other cancers combined. The number of skin cancer cases has been going up over the past few decades.

The American Cancer Society’s Skin Cancer Pages have some wonderful resources for early detection, prevention and tips for learning what the risk factors for skin cancer.