Ryan was only 41 years old, into fitness and completely blindsided when a colonoscopy revealed he had advanced colorectal cancer. See how a team of experts at White Plains Hospital rallied around him with an aggressive plan to beat the cancer.
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Ryan Droege was only 41 years old, into fitness and completely blindsided when a colonoscopy revealed he had advanced colorectal cancer. At the White Plains Hospital Center for Cancer Care, Dr. Joshua Raff and a team of experts rallied around him with an aggressive plan to beat the cancer—including surgery, radiation, chemotherapy and genetic counseling. Now, Ryan’s back to his active lifestyle and doing the things he loves most.
Colorectal screening tests for both colon and rectal cancer can save your life. White Plains Hospital makes it easy to get tested. Speak to a physician about scheduling a colonoscopy as part of your preventive health care.
When treatment is needed, the White Plains Hospital Center for Cancer Care offers a comprehensive program
- A team approach to advanced cancer care
Our multidisciplinary team of oncologists, surgeons, genetic counselors, nurses, and technicians collaborate to deliver coordinated care for each individual.
- Compassionate care dedicated to the whole patient
We provide a friendly, personalized approach to care, along with complementary therapies, psychosocial support and education.
- A state-of-the-art facility designed for patients
The White Plains Hospital Center for Cancer Care brings together the latest cancer treatments in one comfortable and convenient location.
- The latest research and clinical trials
Patients now have more options and local access to breakthrough clinical trials at White Plains Hospital, along with highly-specialized treatments through our partnership with Montefiore Einstein Center for Cancer Care.