Gastrointestinal cancers can have symptoms similar to less serious conditions. Our specialized team works together to provide a precise diagnosis, second opinion consultations and the most effective treatment options. We combine advanced research, technology and techniques with compassionate care to create a personalized treatment plan that meets your needs. We work closely with cancer experts in other disciplines to ensure that you receive the best possible care.
The National Cancer Institute designates us as a Comprehensive Cancer Center, the highest ranking by the world’s leading authority on cancer.
No two tumors are the same. Our specialists have dedicated their careers to treating patients with GI cancers, so we can offer you effective care, appropriate to your needs.
Our surgeons, oncologists, radiologists and pathologists combine their expertise to create a personalized plan that is right for you. These specialists consult with experts in other medical specialties to help you achieve optimal health.
At our regular cancer care meetings, experts in your specific type of cancer from across medical disciplines work together to create a treatment plan for the most complex cases. This means expert, comprehensive care just for you.
Our liver transplant program is one of only a few in the country offer liver transplant as a treatment option for a rare type of bile duct cancer called hilar cholangiocarcinoma, or Klatskin tumor. In patients with early stage, inoperable tumors of this type, liver transplant coupled with chemotherapy and radiation can improve outcomes.
A second opinion can help you make the best decisions. We review your medical history, diagnostic tests, any previous treatments and your personal preferences to provide you with an informed opinion.
As a research-based cancer center, we are at the forefront of the latest treatments for pancreatic cancer, including the Whipple procedure. Our commitment to research means that you receive the most current, sophisticated treatment available.