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Abnormal cells can appear anywhere in the body and have the potential to multiply and become cancerous tumors. Malignancies that grow in the organs and tissues within the chest cavity such as your lungs and “food pipe” (esophagus) demand the expertise of a thoracic surgery specialist.

Closely collaborating with the multidisciplinary specialists of the Kellogg Cancer Center, our thoracic surgeons provide consultation, diagnosis and treatment for a number of thoracic cancers, including: