Donald A McCain M.D. Ph.D, F.A.C.S.

Surgical Oncologist & General Surgery Specialist in Tumors of the Breast, Liver, Gastrointestinal Tract, Pancreas, Sarcomas and Melanoma B.S. – Chemistry M.S. –...

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Treatments

TREATMENTS Breast Tumors: Lumpectomy and mastectomy with sentinel lymph node mapping and plastic surgery reconstruction when necessary. Pre-operative evaluation may include MRE...

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Publications & More

PUBLICATIONS Michael J. Matsuura, MD, Donald A. McCain, MD,PhD. Clinical Workshop through Video- Are SILS, NOTES, and Robots Really Less Invasive? Robotic-Assisted, Minimally...

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Robotic Surgical Oncology

Robotically-Assisted Surgery for GI Malignancies In order to meet the demand for new, less invasive surgery, I am pleased to announce that I am now able to offer robotic-assisted...

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Breast Tumors

Surgically Implanted Device Placed Temporarily Allows Faster Radiation Of Lumpectomy Site.

Insertion of new Mammosite device for early stage breast cancer patients. This allows the delivery of Breast Radiation Therapy to be completed in 5 Days vs 6 weeks.

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Melanoma

The incidence of cutaneous melanoma has increased over the last 25 years but may now be stabilizing. It is estimated that approximately 52,000 new cases will be diagnosed this year in the U.S., resulting in 7,800 deaths attributable to melanoma.

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Liver Tumors

Our current volume of liver surgery is 110 procedures per year (2005) with 58 segmental and lobary resections and 52 ablations. This volume is far above the 25 procedures per year needed to qualify as a high volume center (Annals of Surgery vol. October 2005).

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Evelyn Foppiano

Evelyn Foppiano

 

“She feared there were no options until she met Donald A. McCain”

 

Evelyn Foppiano

Evelyn Foppiano

 

Dr. McCain didn’t give up on me, I don’t know what would have happened if we hadn’t met him

 

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