Colorectal cancer may be treated with surgery alone, surgery and chemotherapy, and/or other treatments.
Treatment for liver cancer may include: surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, embolization or thermal ablation.
Depending on the type and stage, pancreatic cancer may be treated with surgery, radiation therapy, or chemotherapy. Your GI cancer team will recommend a treatment plan appropriate for your pancreatic cancer.
Multimodality treatment (surgery, chemotherapy and radiation) is often used to treat patients with esophageal and gastric (stomach) cancer. Sequencing of treatment is determined by the stage, size and location of the tumor.
Surgery is the most common and effective treatment for cancer. Depending on the stage of your cancer, it may be treated with minimally invasive approaches which result in shorter recovery times and less pain.
Radiation therapy uses high-energy rays to kill or shrink cancer cells.
HIPEC (hyperthermic intraoperative chemotherapy) offers patients the opportunity for prolonged survival, an improvement in symptoms and even cure.