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Virginia Cancer Specialists

Dr. John M. Feigert
1635 N. George Mason Drive, Suite 170
Arlington Virginia 22205

Dr. Feigert earned his medical degree from the Cornell University School of Medicine. He has been recognized as a Top Doctor in both Northern Virginia magazine and Washingtonian magazine. He is actively involved in local tumor boards and supports communities through his participation with the Virginia Hospital Center Medical Brigade.

Despite having practiced medicine for decades, Dr. John Feigert, medical oncologist with Virginia Cancer Specialists, is more excited about his work now than ever before.

“I love being able to provide the concept of hope,” Dr. Feigert says. “In the past five to ten years, there has been an explosion of new treatments for cancer that is nothing short of miraculous.”

With a convenient Arlington location, Virginia Cancer Specialists provides cancer patients the option of receiving excellent care close to home. Their team of world-class medical professionals affords the absolute best in comprehensive treatment in a single, convenient location, including supportive care when needed. 

Virginia Cancer Specialists embraces all aspects of confronting cancer, including prevention, detection, diagnosis, treatment and research. Their practice includes a dedicated team of medical oncologists, hematologists, genetic counselors, dieticians, surgeons, palliative care specialists, social workers, oncology nurses and a cutting-edge research program.

Virginia Cancer Specialists’ large-scale research program means that the practice functions like an academic center, allowing patients access to clinical trials that hold the potential to greatly improve their chances of survival. These trials help speed the discovery and development of novel cutting-edge therapies that prove invaluable in the ongoing fight against all types of cancer. 

“New, targeted therapies offer my patients the opportunity to not only survive but thrive, often living years longer than was otherwise possible,” says Dr. Feigert. “The cancer landscape is completely changed. These advances have made my role in cancer management fun again.”

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