Blood and Cancer Institute (BCI) was established in 2011. Since then our organization has been at the forefront of the fight against cancer, and our cancer care team is dedicated to win this fight for you on all fronts. Our goal is to put cancer out of business.
BCI’s cancer care team, technologies, and processes are selected with a “patient-first” approach. Patients facing a diagnosis of cancer can take comfort in knowing that our cancer care team will be with them throughout their journey from diagnosis, through cancer treatment, and into their recovery.
Our highly skilled office staff in our Little Rock and Pine Bluff locations are compassionate and knowledgeable about patient’s healthcare needs. When a new patient becomes a part of the BCI family, it’s important to know they are not “just another patient.” At BCI, our team is inspired by our patients, which is why we are committed to exceeding your expectations in all areas.
At BCI you can expect the following:
• Flexible appointment times
• Minimal time spent in patient waiting room
• Caring and compassionate staff
• Positive environment
• Professional consultation
• Comprehensive diagnostics
• Personalized cancer care
• State of the art, cutting edge treatments
• Flexible Billing Policy
• Patient education
• Patient Advocates on staff to assist with insurance
“Increasing age, excessive unhealthy or processed food consumption and exposure to industrial and agricultural toxins, has led to significantly increased incidence in cancers. 30% of these cancers can be prevented by simple changes in our life styles. Thanks to relentless research in cancer, we have also seen a phenomenal growth in cancer therapies. Our cancer care team at BCI therefore provides the most advanced, targeted therapies, tailored to your own genetic make-up.”
After graduating from medical school in 1995, I completed my Internal Medicine Residency training in Chicago and Hematology/Oncology training at Michigan State University. I had my fair share of snow, so I decided to head down south. Since then I have been serving patients with blood and cancer disorders in Arkansas.
Over the last few years, I have started drinking sweet tea and developed a little southern drawl. I am married and have three boys; with the third one coming after 10 years…I guess, in His infinite wisdom, there is a right time for everything!
Cancer hit close to my heart when I was just 15 years old, I lost my mother to ovarian cancer. From that moment, it’s been my personal journey and mission to win this fight. For those diagnosed with cancer, know that your journey has just started. We’re committed to your cancer treatment. We cannot let this ugly disease take over our lives.Meet Dr. Masood