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Adrenal Cancer Team

Adrenal Cancer (adrenocortical carcinoma) is a rare tumor afflicting only one or two people per million. It usually occurs in adults, and the median age at diagnosis is 44 years. Although potentially curable at early stages, only 30% of these malignancies are confined to the adrenal gland at the time of diagnosis. Because these tumors tend to be found years after they began growing, they have the opportunity to invade nearby organs, spread to distant organs (metastasize) and cause numerous changes in the body because of the excess hormones they produce.


PhysiciansAdvanced PracticeNursesSupport Services
Michael Byas-Smith MD
Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology; Director of Research for cancer pain management
Raghuveer Halkar MD
Associate Professor of Radiology;Nuclear Radiologist
David Kooby MD
Associate Professor, Surgical Oncology
Shishir Maithel MD
Assistant Professor, Surgical Oncology