The Duke Comprehensive Cancer Center was founded in 1972, as one of the nation's first designated comprehensive cancer centers. Four decades later, our commitment to world-class cancer care is as strong as ever, with the opening of our new 267,000 square-foot, patient-centered ambulatory Cancer Center in 2012.
Today, our Cancer Center offers a broad spectrum of specialized programs and expertise in cutting-edge treatments, including:
- Cord blood and stem cell transplantation
- Hyperthermia and photodynamic therapy
- Unmatched research & development, resulting in:
Significant advances in cancer diagnosis, treatment and prevention
Innovative, genetic testing for breast cancer
Advanced brain tumor therapies and the development of cancer vaccines
Put your talents and passion for nursing to work with us today. Apply now for Opportunities for a Lifetime with Duke Medicine.