Squamous Cell Carcinoma

The UAB O’Neal Comprehensive Cancer Center brings the expertise of an interdisciplinary team to every patient we treat. And we treat every type of cancer, including squamous cell carcinoma. That means your treatment plan is personalized for you and coordinated by our teams of cancer doctors and experts that specialize in the various forms of squamous cell carcinoma, including skin, head and neck, and lung cancers. Here, you will benefit from the latest surgical techniques and radiation oncology treatments; access to clinical trials working to discover new, safe, and effective treatments; and targeted therapies backed by our precision medicine program. Find comfort and confidence in knowing your cancer care is comprehensive and cutting-edge.

Your Team of Skin Cancer Experts

The UAB O’Neal Comprehensive Cancer Center team believes that there’s a lot more to fighting cancer than just getting rid of cancer cells through treatment. We believe that comprehensive, holistic cancer care includes other aspects of your life that may have an impact on your overall well-being. After all, cancer changes everything. At UAB, you have a personalized team to support you.

The O’Neal Difference

Mohs Micrographic Surgery

A precision outpatient procedure that creates the smallest surgical wound possible and has a high cure rate. Tissue is removed and examined while you wait.

Cancer Navigators

Specialists help guide you through all aspects of your cancer journey.

Metastatic Disease

Expertise and technology for treatment of metastatic disease that is not always able to be treated at other centers

Multidisciplinary Tumor Board

A team of specialists, including doctors, nurses, nutritionists, and mental health providers, meeting together weekly to plan a course of action specific to you.

Supportive Care and Survivorship programs

We help you through every stage of your treatment, caring for all aspects of your physical, emotional, and spiritual health.

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Find a Clinical Trial

Search for clinical trials and talk to your doctor about participating

Oral cancer survivor Matthew Snowden with his family

Oral cancer survivor uses story to warn others about the dangers of oral cancer

It never occurred to Matthew Snowden that his tongue irritation could be squamous cell carcinoma. Learn how an interdisciplinary team treated his dangerous oral skin cancer.

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