Gastrointestinal cancers are malignancies (abnormal and uncontrolled tissue growth) that occur anywhere along the digestive tract or in accessory organs associated with digestion.
As a leader in the diagnosis, treatment and research of such cancers, City of Hope’s Gastrointestinal Oncology Program takes a multidisciplinary approach to provide outstanding care for patients with:
At City of Hope, our team of health care professionals work collaboratively to ensure that patients are getting the best treatments for optimal outcomes. This includes:
As one of a handful of institutes to attain the elite designation of
Comprehensive Cancer Center by the National Cancer Institute,
City of Hope is acknowledged as a leader in research and treatment of gastrointestinal cancers. With our decades of experience, specialized therapy protocols and extensive program of clinical trials
, newly diagnosed or relapsed patients can find a treatment regimen that is tailored to their needs and gives them the best chance for survival. U.S. News & World Report also named City of Hope as one of the top cancer hospitals in the country.