Research is integrated into practice at Mayo Clinic, and Mayo surgical oncologists are involved in many research studies and clinical trials to discover new and improved methods of treatment. The list below highlights only a small number of the surgical oncology and surgery-related projects Mayo researchers are currently studying.
Research centers, laboratories and programs
Recent significant contributions from Mayo Clinic surgical oncologists include publications on enhanced recovery following breast surgery, enhanced recovery following HIPEC surgery and intraoperative radiation for sarcoma.
See a list of publications on surgical oncology topics by Mayo Clinic doctors on PubMed, a service of the National Library of Medicine.
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