MD Anderson uses the latest, most-advanced technology and techniques to treat Fallopian tube cancer. Among these are innovative surgical techniques, including minimally invasive options for some patients.
Studies have shown that the success of any surgery depends a great deal on the skill of the surgeon. MD Anderson's renowned surgeons have some of the highest levels of experience and expertise in Fallopian tube cancer procedures.
If you are at high risk for Fallopian tube cancer because of inherited genetic conditions, such as BRCA or HNPCC (hereditary nonpolyposis colorectal cancer), MD Anderson offers complete genetic testing. Results can help you find if you or your family members are at risk of certain types of cancer, including Fallopian tube cancer.
Fallopian tube cancer is like ovarian cancer in some ways. Many studies in our renowned ovarian cancer research program are open to women with Fallopian tube cancer. This enables us to offer a wider range of clinical trials than many other cancer centers.
Understanding a disease is the first step toward finding the right care. Get the facts about Fallopian tube cancer, including the different types, how it starts and who’s at risk.
Fallopian tube cancer facts
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Many Fallopian tube cancers are secondary, meaning they started somewhere else and spread to the Fallopian tubes.
Common cancer treatments include chemotherapy, radiation treatment and surgery. Doctors select the treatment for Fallopian tube cancer based on your diagnosis and disease stage.