Treating Cancer

Treating Cancer at St. Luke's Cancer Center

Interventional Radiology and Nuclear
Medicine Treatment

St. Luke’s interventional radiology and nuclear medicine treatments include:


Surgery is the first treatment for most types of cancers. St. Luke’s has three specially trained surgical oncologists on staff. This ensures that the surgery offered throughout St. Luke’s Hospital & Health Network is state-of-the-art.

The surgeries our oncologists perform include:

Medical Oncology

Medical oncology includes using chemotherapy, biotherapy and other new drugs to treat and prevent cancer. Most chemotherapy is given in an outpatient setting, such as a doctor’s office. This is because improvements to chemotherapy now allow doctors to better control its side effects.

Our medical oncology procedures are performed at the following locations:

Radiation Oncology

Radiation oncology services are available at the St. Luke's Cancer Center at the Bethlehem UniversityAnderson and Allentown Campuses for all patients from St. Luke's University Health Network hospitals.