At City of Hope, your care is in the hands of world experts in gastrointestinal (GI) cancers, which include colorectal cancer, stomach cancer and other diseases that affect the digestive system. Our team provides comprehensive, multidisciplinary care and access to the latest in leading-edge treatments for early- and late-stage GI cancer, including robotic and minimally invasive surgery and precision medicine.
City of Hope’s approach to treating gastrointestinal cancers starts with a coordinated, multidisciplinary care team whose primary goals are helping you live a long, healthy life free from cancer.
At City of Hope, we provide our patients with access to breakthrough cancer treatments in an environment centered on compassionate care. That’s why we have been recognized as one of the country's leading cancer research and treatment centers by U.S. News & World Report for more than a decade. City of Hope is also designated as a comprehensive cancer center, the National Cancer Institute’s highest distinction. We serve patients at our main campus in Duarte, northeast of Los Angeles, and at our other clinical locations across Southern California.
Our team works together to ensure you get the best gastrointestinal cancer treatments and the best survival outcomes using:
Minimally invasive, robotically assisted surgical techniques to remove tumors with less discomfort, reduced risk of complications and shorter recovery times.
Vijay Trisal, M.D., the Dr. Norman & Melinda Payson Professor in Medicine and chief medical officer at City of Hope, is an advocate for individualized patient care and expanding access to City of Hope’s advanced therapies and specialized physicians across local communities.