The clinic is located inside the HonorHealth Research Institute. The Institute is south of East Shea Boulevard and west of North 92nd Street. The stand-alone building is east of the HonorHealth Virginia G. Piper Cancer Center and HonorHealth Scottsdale Shea Medical Center. Abundant parking is available in front of the institute and in an adjacent parking garage.
Public Transportation Directions
Valley Metro buses 80 and 514 travel along East Shea Boulevard, and bus 81 stops at 92nd Street and Shea Boulevard.
- Melanoma treatments and clinical trials
- Uveal melanoma treatment
- Basal cell carcinoma treatment
- Clinical trials
- Clinical research
- Merkel cell carcinoma treatment
- Intertumoral injections
- Skin cancer treatment
- Advanced treatment options
As a patient, you’ll be welcomed into a culture of collaboration with access to a highly coordinated expert team of ophthalmologists, radiations oncologist, medical oncologists and physicians around the Valley. You’ll have access to cutting-edge care and access to one of the largest groups of clinical trials for locally advanced and metastatic skin cancers. The clinic is one of the few places in Arizona that offers patients talimogene laherparepvec (T-VEC), an FDA-approved injectable treatment for advanced melanoma.
The clinic is a leader in the southwest for the treatment of patients with uveal melanoma, and one of the few clinics with a dedicated program for these patients.
The clinic evaluates and treats:
- Uveal melanoma (eye cancer)
- Advanced melanoma
- Squamous cell carcinoma
- Merkel cell carcinoma
- Therapy for advanced basal cell carcinoma
- Rarer forms of skin cancer
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