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Cancer Center FAQ

Where is the Michael and Dianne Bienes Cancer Center located?

We're located in the main hospital building at Holy Cross Hospital. 4725 North Federal Highway Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33308 954-492-5764

What clinical trials are you currently offering?

Our list of clinical trials is constantly changing. To learn about our current trials, click here.

Do you offer support groups for my family, my loved ones and myself?

Yes, we offer a number of support and educational groups including patient and survivor groups, a family group, a breast cancer group, a lymphoma/leukemia and multiple myeloma group, and a prostate education group. For more information on the days and times, please call 954-267-6767.

What cancer treatments do you offer?

The talented medical team at our state-of-the-art facility offers chemotherapy and infusion, medical oncology and hematology, surgical oncology, radiation oncology, pain management and symptom management.

How do you differ from other Cancer centers?

The Michael and Dianne Bienes Comprehensive Cancer Center at Holy Cross Hospital offers a truly multidisciplinary approach to care in a compassionate and spiritual healing environment. Our disease specific approach and commitment to innovation make us South Florida's leader in all aspects of cancer research, diagnosis, and treatment.

What types of clinical trials do you offer?

We offer many clinical trials including treatment, prevention, screening and quality of life trials.


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Cancer risk assessment, screening and prevention programs are vital to educating people about reducing their chances of developing cancer and assessing the need for intervention. Under the direction of our genetic nurse counselor and the Bienes Cancer Center physicians, our Cancer Risk and Prevention Program is for anyone with cancer or a family history of cancer. The vast majority of participants are women who have or have had breast or ovarian cancer, or are at high risk of developing these two cancers. Click to learn more about Genetic Counseling.

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