The physicians and staff at OC Blood & Cancer Care welcome you to our website and hope the information contained herein makes the often difficult process of finding state-of-the-art, academically oriented and world-class care for blood disorders and all forms of cancer a bit easier and closer to home.
We understand that a diagnosis of cancer or certain blood disorders comes with a wide array of challenges, questions and concerns. It affects all of you, your family and practically every aspect of your life. With this in mind we assure you the highest level of medical care available, while providing it to you and those close to you with the utmost support, kindness, compassion and respect.
Our board-certified physician-experts specialize in developing and coordinating comprehensive treatment programs specifically for you delivered within our office(s) and usually at the Memorial Care Cancer Institute. Most cases are initially and then periodically reviewed by a panel of physicians (tumor board or multidisciplinary conference) so as to offer a treatment recommendation that is collectively agreed upon as the best choice for a specific patient. We prioritize patient-physician communication, establishing goals of care and recognize that your body-soul-mind needs all of our attention and not just a diagnosis! We are also strong advocates of clinical research, targeted therapy, immunotherapy and the general field of personalized medicine whereupon a recommended therapy is specific to a patient and his/her diagnosis. Moreover, in reaching a treatment recommendation we use all available tools and technologies to helps us understand your cancer and how best to treat it. We believe that this consistent approach confers the best care possible.
Again, we take tremendous pride in the quality of our care and the outcomes our patients achieve. We hope our website conveys this feeling!
Unless we can assure cure in all cancers, which we obviously cannot (yet!), we need clinical trials to evaluate the effectiveness of new drugs or treatment strategies.Read More
The most common treatment for cancer is the infusion of anti-cancer medications or chemotherapy. Since every person is unique, side affects and treatmentRead More
Here at OC Blood & Cancer Care we have an accredited*, state and federally licensed in-house laboratory for all routine blood work. The lab saves you multiple trips...Read More
Your nutrition status at the time of diagnosis and during your course of treatment plays an important role in your tolerance of and recovery from cancer therapy.Read More
If newly diagnosed, a cancer survivor or a friend or loved one who has been diagnosed with cancer sharing, learning and leaning on others in similar situations can be quite valuable.Read More
The DigniCap® scalp cooling system consists of a snug-fitting silicone cooling cap connected to a cooling and control unit which circulates coolant through channels in the cap.Read More
Successful treatments for cancers and blood disorders vary greatly and may involve chemotherapy, oral medications, surgery, radiation therapy...Read More
We understand that when you or a loved one is newly diagnosed with cancer or a blood disorder or suffers a recurrence of the disease it can be an overwhelming and confusing process.Read More
Dr. Jacoub is a board certified internist, hematologist and medical oncologist. He manages all forms of blood disorders and cancer ..View Profile
Dr. Vu is originally from the Napa Valley in the San Francisco Bay Area. He completed his undergraduate studies at the University of CaliforniaView Profile
Dr. Rao is originally from Fremont in the Bay Area. He spent his undergraduate years at the University of California, Los Angeles majoring in Psychobiology and went on to complete...View Profile
Dr. Moayeri graduated from Tehran University Medical School. He completed his residency in internal medicine at the State University of New York at Buffalo affiliated hospitals,View Profile
Dr. Multani is originally from Long Island, New York and has relocated to the Orange County area in 2013. He spent his undergraduate years at Gannon University in Erie,View Profile
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If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma and are embarking on treatment, it’s likely you’ve ...Read More
Unlike cancers related to an organ or a specific part of the body — such as lung cancer or breast ...Read More
With both Hodgkin’s and non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, there are numerous clinical trials in progress designed to test new protocols, different medication ...Read More