Expert Medical Oncology Care at BASS Cancer Center.

Dr. Tyler Kang leads our expert Medical Oncology service at BASS Cancer Center, providing compassionate care and support for your journey to healing.


Understanding the Fundamental 
Importance of Medical Oncology.

Our Medical Oncology service is a cornerstone of your cancer treatment journey, and here's why it matters

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  • Comprehensive Care

    Our Medical Oncology service takes a comprehensive approach to create a tailored treatment plan, increasing the likelihood of successful cancer treatment.

  • State-of-the-Art Technology

    Our service utilizes cutting-edge technology in oncology for accurate diagnosis, precise treatment, and minimal side effects, enhancing your well-being and recovery.

  • Access to Clinical Trials

    Participating in clinical trials through our Oncology service offers groundbreaking options to enhance treatment effectiveness. Our dedication to advancing cancer care provides access to innovative experimental therapies.

  • Culturally Sensitive Care

    We highly value your cultural background and beliefs, ensuring your treatment aligns with your values for a comfortable cancer care journey.

  • Support for Your Journey

    Our Medical Oncology service offers holistic support, acknowledging the emotional challenges that come with a cancer diagnosis. You are not alone; we are here for you and your loved ones.

our Medical oncologist

Meet Dr. Tyler Kang - 
Your Trusted Medical Oncologist

Meet Dr. Tyler Kang, our experienced Medical Director with over 15 years in oncology. His journey began with cancer research at USC, followed by specialized training at the Cleveland Clinic. As former Medical Director at Adventist Health Cancer Center, he led clinical trials and earned accreditation.

Dr. Kang's motto, "Treat the body, heal the soul," embodies his holistic approach. He understands the diverse challenges of a cancer diagnosis, providing personalized, spiritual care.

Meet Dr. Tyler Kang

Have Questions? FAQ's below

What is Medical Oncology, and how does it differ from other types of oncology?

Medical Oncology is a specialized field of cancer care that focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of cancer using medication and systemic therapies. It complements other oncology disciplines like surgical and radiation oncology by providing non-invasive treatments such as chemotherapy and immunotherapy.

What types of cancer are treated by Medical Oncologists at BASS Cancer Center?

Our team of Medical Oncologists is experienced in treating a wide range of cancers, including breast cancer, lung cancer, colon cancer, leukemia, lymphoma, and many others. We offer comprehensive care for various cancer types.

How can I make an appointment with Dr. Tyler Kang or one of the specialists in your team?

Scheduling an appointment is easy. Simply reach out to us, and one of our team members will assist you in setting up a consultation with one of our dedicated specialists.

What should I expect during my first visit to the Medical Oncology department?

Your initial visit will involve a thorough evaluation of your medical history and condition. One of our specialists will discuss treatment options, address your concerns, and develop a personalized treatment plan tailored to your needs.

Do you offer second opinions for cancer diagnoses?

Yes, we provide second opinions for individuals seeking additional insights into their cancer diagnosis and treatment plan. Our experts can offer valuable perspectives and recommendations.

What are clinical trials, and how can I participate in one?

Clinical trials are research studies that test new cancer treatments. You may be eligible to participate in a clinical trial, and our team will discuss these opportunities with you if they align with your treatment plan.

How do you ensure culturally sensitive care for patients from diverse backgrounds?

We respect and consider the cultural values and beliefs of each patient. Our team works collaboratively with you to provide care that aligns with your unique cultural preferences.

What support services are available for patients and their families during their cancer journey?

We offer a range of support services, including counseling, support groups, and educational resources, to help patients and their families cope with the emotional and psychological challenges of a cancer diagnosis.

Can I bring a family member or friend to my appointments for support?

Absolutely. Having a loved one accompany you to appointments is encouraged. They can provide emotional support and help you remember important information discussed during the visit.

What insurance plans are accepted at BASS Cancer Center for Medical Oncology services?

We accept a variety of insurance plans. Please contact us to discuss insurance coverage and any available financial assistance options that may be applicable to your situation.