Plaza 35, Suite 307 / 1030 St. Georges Ave.
Avenel, NJ 07001
Phone: (732) 750-1200 / Fax: (732) 602-4044

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Our office provides screening, diagnosis, and treatment of various types of cancers and blood disorders. We offer the latest advances in chemotherapy, immunotherapy, hormonal therapy, and biological therapy, in a comfortable atmosphere with state-of-the-art trained personnel. Your care will be provided by oncology certified nurses with extensive experience in treating patients with blood disorders and cancers. You will be provided with medical care, social support, nutritional services, referrals to support groups, and all other aspects of cancer care and support.

Through the Cancer Institute of New Jersey and the Wilentz Cancer Center at Raritan Bay Medical Center, our office participates in cancer research and clinical trials. When needed, we arrange referrals to highly specialized cancer programs, including cooperation with bone marrow transfer units.
Chemotherapy is provided onsite in a comfortable, yet state-of-the-art setting. Here, you will experience warm, personal care during the treatment of your disease and beyond.

We look forward to having an opportunity to meet with you and to explain in more detail new treatment modalities which we will be able provide to you in an outpatient setting.

We invite you to contact us today at ((732) 750-1200) to schedule an appointment.
The information on this site was created by physicians and other members of the oncology team with expertise on the topic presented. However, this material is informational only and should not be used in place of advice from a medical professional. If you have questions about a specific treatment, schedule an appointment with Dr. Shypula and you will be seen within 24 hours.

The power of today's chemotherapy creates tremendous healing possibilities for cancer patients. In addition, there are now drugs that work very effectively to help with the side effects of chemotherapy. With the wide variety of new medications available, these symptoms are often minimal and sometimes nonexistent.

Chemotherapy has been an answer for those diagnosed with cancer since the early 1940's. It is essentially the use of powerful drugs or combinations of drugs to destroy cancer cells. With advances occurring almost daily, there are now hundreds of drugs available to treat cancer in many different ways.

Specially trained physicians who prescribe chemotherapy are called medical oncologists. The educational background for this specialty includes a degree from medical school, plus three years of internship and residency training and additional three years of specialized fellowship training.

In addition to chemotherapy and other medical treatment, our physicians believe strongly in the effectiveness of emotional and spiritual support. We offer many different resources and support services to help our patients and their families during their journey with cancer.

IMG  Office hours
 By Appointment
 Day and Evening Hours Available
IMG Phone
 (732) 750-1200