- Colorectal Cancer Screening / Colonoscopy
- Diagnostic & Therapeutic Endoscopy
- Functional Bowel Disorders
- Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD, Chronic Diarrhea)
- Pancreatic Cancer
- Pancreatic Diseases
- Biliary Tree Disease
- Diseases of the Esophagus, Heartburn
- Small Intestinal Rehab and Transplantation
- GI Cancer Prevention Program
- Non-Surgical Weight Loss
- Hepatology (Liver Disease)
Pancreatic Cancer Treatment
Treating pancreatic cancer depends on the extent of the cancer and the patient’s health history.
Treatment options include:
- Surgery: Surgery can be employed to treat pancreatic cancers. Surgeons remove pancreatic tumors with minimally invasive, robotic surgical techniques, and they also perform pancreatectomies and pancreatic resections.
- Chemotherapy/Interventional Oncology: Pancreases-directed therapies, including chemoembolization, radioembolization, and microwave ablation can be used to deliver treatment to tumors in the pancreas.
- Pancreas Transplant: Depending on the stage of cancer, pancreas transplant may be a treatment option for certain patients.