Lung cancer and other thoracic cancers often require a combination of treatment types. That’s why our thoracic cancer team is skilled across specialties from surgery to radiology to pulmonologists and more. Our experts work together – and with you – to provide personalized, compassionate, and innovative care for all types of thoracic cancer.

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Cancer Center

From support groups to innovative treatments like CAR T-cell therapy and everything in-between, our multidisciplinary teams provide you with the expertise and support you need fro…

Lung Cancer Screening and Lung Nodule Evaluation Program

Patients at a high risk for developing lung cancer may be eligible for a lung cancer screening CT scan. The purpose of this test is to look for lung cancers and catch them at an e…

Thoracic Surgery

The multidisciplinary team in the Division of Thoracic Surgery provides exceptional care and support for patients with diseases of the lung, chest, or esophagus, from diagnosis to…
"I couldn’t help but feel warmth and compassion from him,” she said. “It was not about him being the doctor to do the surgery, it was about him being human to me. I felt so safe in the operating room.” Eunice Muasya
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Training and Education

Hematology/Oncology Fellowships

Hematology/oncology fellowship trainees at Boston Medical Center join the thoracic cancer program clinics for a rotation. This helps them gain insight into thoracic oncology as a specialty.

Photographer: Emily Aniskovich

Thoracic Cancer Research Overview

The Thoracic Cancer Program at Boston Medical Center conducts world-class clinical research and trials. Our faculty are internationally recognized for contributions to research and have been at the forefront of developing new approaches to the study and treatment of thoracic cancers, such as esophageal cancer, non-small cell lung cancer, and small cell lung cancer.