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Newly Diagnosed

Our compassionate team of experts will help you every step of the way after a cancer diagnosis.

Refer a Patient

If you’re a physician, we’re ready to work with you to provide care for your patients with cancer.

Our Approach

At Lynn Cancer Institute, our approach to cancer care is unique. We have over 30 oncologists, a full team of cancer professionals, and a staff of research nurses who provide compassionate, comprehensive cancer care and access to clinical trials that investigate the latest treatments.

We work closely with specialists in genetics, surgery, radiation oncology, medical oncology, pathology and imaging to deliver multimodality care. Each multimodality team specializes in a specific site of cancer. They use the most advanced technologies and available treatments to develop standards of care for your site of cancer.

By partnering, our renowned cancer professionals simplify the cancer care process for our patients. From advanced cancer screening, diagnosis and personalized treatment to Wellness and Survivorship programs, we help you focus on one thing — recovery. We’re ready to provide the individualized care you need.

The Advantage of Multimodality Care

The Advantage of Multimodality Care

At the Institute, we understand the importance of great care. Our multimodal approach to care brings together a team of physicians and healthcare professionals who specialize in a specific site of cancer. We are ready to care for you.

Harold Huss, D.O.

General Surgeon
Harold Huss, D.O.

Physician Spotlight

Harold Huss, D.O., is a board-certified general surgeon at the Eugene M. & Christine E. Lynn Cancer Institute, part of Baptist Health, at Boca Raton Regional Hospital, specializing in complex gastrointestinal surgery, sarcoma, melanoma and peritoneal surface malignancy treatment. He is certified in the da Vinci Robotic Surgery System.

Before joining Baptist Health in 2023, he served as an associate clinical professor at City of Hope and worked as a surgical oncologist at the Cancer Treatment Centers of America as well.

Dr. Huss earned his osteopathic medicine degree from Midwestern University and completed his general surgery residency at University of Massachusetts Memorial Medical Center. He continued his education with a surgical oncology fellowship at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.

Additionally, he completed research fellowships at Harvard Medical School and Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. With numerous awards, honors and peer-reviewed publications, Dr. Huss is dedicated to advancing patient care. His research interests include immunophysiology, skin cancer and prevention.

As an experienced surgical oncologist, Dr. Huss has the potential to have an immediate positive impact on patient care. He considers it a privilege to gain the trust of his patients and help them manage their cancer diagnosis. He takes the time to listen to patients’ concerns and provide all options to make informed decisions.

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