At Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center, we take both an aggressive and compassionate approach to the fight against cancer. Our focus is comprehensive cancer care, delivered in a healing environment.

From advanced diagnostics, to quality oncology services, patients can be assured they are receiving exceptional medical care for the whole person - physical, emotional and spiritual.

The Providence Little Company of Mary oncology department provides comprehensive cancer care, including education; prevention; screening and detection; treatment; rehabilitation; support groups and long-term follow-up care. Our mission is to combine compassion with the newest technologies and the most qualified staff Located at the Del Amo Diagnostic Center.

Treatment options in gynecologic cancer care include the use of the da Vinci S Robotic System

Patients undergoing robotic-assisted surgery receive all the potential benefits of a minimally invasive procedure, including less pain, less blood loss and less need for blood transfusions. 

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Dan Zenka is promoting prostate health

Drawing on both his expertise as senior vice president of communications for the Prostate Cancer Foundation and as a patient in treatment for Stage 4 cancer, Dan is the voice for men all over the world who are dealing with this disease.

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  • Celebrating National Cancer Survivors Day

    Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center Torrance together with Cancer Support Community Redondo Beach joined in celebrating National Cancer Survivors Day July 29 with a festive Hawaiian luau theme celebration...

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    By Providence Medical Group Angelina Jolie usually grabs public attention for her stunning looks, acting and humanitarian work. But recently Jolie drew intense interest for another reason: she announced in an opinion...

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  • Facing Breast Cancer with Courage

    Providence is are at the forefront with breast cancer research, treatment and even innovative healing strategies. As we move forward, we see a future of far more community outreach and patient-oriented research.

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