Radiation Oncology

UCSF's radiation oncologists are world-renowned for offering the best possible cancer care to patients, while also working to develop new and better treatment options for future patients.

We use the latest treatments and technology to remove cancer, keep it from spreading or improve patients' quality of life by relieving pain and other symptoms. Our team coordinates each patient's care with experts in a variety of areas, including medical oncologists, surgeons, physical therapists, nutritionists and other specialists. Together, we tailor treatment plans to each patient's specific needs.

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Radiation Oncology Clinic

Mission Bay Campus - Bakar Precision Cancer Medicine Building

1825 Fourth St., First Floor, Room M2267
San Francisco, CA 94158

Psycho-Oncology

Bakar Precision Cancer Medicine Building

1600 Divisadero St.
San Francisco, CA 94115

Awards & recognition

  • usnews-neurology

    Best hospital in Northern California

  • Best in Northern California in cancer care

  • NIH-2x

    Designated comprehensive cancer center

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More about radiation oncology

Cancer Support Groups

Support groups held by the Ida and Joseph Friend Patient and Family Cancer Support Center are free and available to all patients, whether or not you get your health care at UCSF.

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Koz Hospitality House

Located near our Parnassus campus, Koz Hospitality House provides comfortable, reasonably priced accommodations for UCSF patients during their treatment.

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Oncology Social Work

Social workers can be key members of your cancer care team. Reach out for support, problem solving and help accessing UCSF's many cancer-related resources.

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Patient and Family Cancer Support Center

You'll find support groups, classes, a library, treatment information, special events and much more to promote wellness and healing for patients and families.

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Peer Support Program for Cancer

Patients are matched with peer support volunteers according to criteria such as diagnosis, cancer stage, age or gender. Speak to someone who's "been there."

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