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Cancer Care Done Differently

The Avera Cancer Institute is one institute, dedicated to providing the best possible care, whether patients walk through the door at any one of our six regional centers or 40 outreach sites. Patients always have access to the technical elements of care and the supportive programs they need, whether it’s physical, emotional or spiritual.

Avera Cancer Institute Magazine

Read our cancer magazine online to find preventive screening information, articles about how to live well with cancer, patient stories, and details on the latest cancer care technology at Avera.

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    Multiple Myeloma Patient is Thankful for Each New Day

    Carolyn Gacke

    Read Carolyn's story

  • Regular Checkups Helped Detect Cancer

    Richard Ericsson

    Read Richard's story

  • Bob and Bobette

    Alcester Couple Experience the Support of Avera – Times Two

    Bob and Bobette Anderson

    Read their story

  • Pam White and family

    Teacher Counts on Prayer Support Throughout Her Cancer Journey

    Pam White

    Read Pam's story

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Cancer Care Locations

Select the interactive map to find cancer care locations throughout the region.

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What Sets Us Apart

Cancer care is done differently at Avera.

See what sets us apart when it comes to treating cancer.

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One Avera Cancer Institute.
Six major locations. Forty clinics.

Avera Cancer Institute is made up of six major locations and many more outreach sites to ensure your treatment is never far away.

Our services and locations

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Genomic Medicine

Transforming cancer care
one patient at a time.

Avera’s specialized applied genomics team will analyze a patient’s DNA to detect the changes that cause cancer to develop. By studying these changes, they can better match a treatment plan to the patient. Learn how this team is already benefiting breast cancer patients.

Genomic medicine

2015 Cancer Annual Report

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