University of Vermont

College of Medicine

Vermont Cancer Center

Vermont Cancer Center

Advancing Cancer Research and Care

The physicians, scientists, caregivers and staff at the Vermont Cancer Center of the University of Vermont and Fletcher Allen Health Care are dedicated to advancing the prevention, detection, treatment, and survivorship of cancer by providing state-of-the art cancer diagnosis and treatment, delivering compassionate cancer care, providing education to patients and the community, and advancing innovative research from the laboratory to the patient.


17th Annual Breast Cancer Conference


Patients and Community

VCC member Patti O'Brien with a patient

Vermont Cancer Center physicians and scientists work together to translate the latest research findings into life-saving care for our patients. This has enabled us to use revolutionary treatments for many forms of cancer, offer a new lease on life for children with a rare form of cancer, and reduce the side effects of chemotherapy.

Learn more about patient care & support.

Conferences and Events

Kathy McBeth and Manon O'Connor at the annual Breast Cancer Conference

The Vermont Cancer Center hosts numerous events throughout the year targeted at both the general public and health care providers. These events and conferences allow providers to stay up-to-date on the latest innovations and research, and also provide education and support to those in the cancer community.

Learn more about VCC events.

Research Achievements

Dr. Ted James with students

The Vermont Cancer Center is home to many different research programs that help us to understand the causes of cancer and to strive for a cure. We have research covering all tumor types and cancer-related fields. Particular emphasis is placed on the delivery of cancer screening and treatment to rural and underserved populations.

Learn more about VCC Research.