Adrenal Carcinoma FAQs
Receiving an adrenal carcinoma diagnosis can leave you feeling overwhelmed and confused. You may not have even heard of this type of cancer before your diagnosis, but suddenly you feel the need to learn everything you can about your condition. At Moffitt Cancer Center, we’re here to help you through every step of your journey, from an initial cancer diagnosis to treatment and recovery. Below are some articles that provide an overview of this type of cancer to help answer some of your questions:
- What is adrenal carcinoma?
- What should I expect with surgery for adrenal carcinoma?
- What is an adrenal mass?
- What causes adrenal nodules?
After browsing online for information on your malignancy, you will likely still have questions unique to your individual circumstances. These questions are best discussed with a physician who is familiar with this type of cancer and has experience treating it. At Moffitt, our multispecialty team includes cancer experts who specialize in adrenal carcinoma and collaborate as a tumor board to ensure each patient receives the best possible treatment and care.
If you have recently received an adrenal carcinoma diagnosis and would like to learn more about your condition and treatment options at Moffitt, fill out a new patient registration form or call 1-888-663-3488. We do not require a referral to schedule an appointment.