An NCI-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center

Small Intestine Cancer

Small intestine cancers are rare. About 10,000 people will get this type of cancer in the United States this year, according to the American Cancer Society.

At City of Hope, our approach to treating small intestine cancer starts with personalized care — not just for your cancer, but the kind that makes you feel supported throughout your treatment. Our world-class team combines a multidisciplinary team approach with the newest, leading-edge genetic screening to provide you with the most accurate diagnosis and treatment path.

Our Expertise

Getting treated for small intestine cancer at City of Hope gives you access to exceptional, coordinated care and makes you the focus of a team of world class doctors and scientists. Being a leading cancer center means we see these cases more often — so we have deep experience with finding the newest and most individualized treatments.

Our small intestine cancer program highlights include

  • State-of-the-art screenings and diagnostic tools including endoscopy, CT scans and genetic testing
  • Minimally invasive, robotically assisted surgery for fewer complications and faster recovery
  • Surgical specialists dedicated to preserving quality of life
  • Ultraprecise radiation therapy to target tumors and preserve healthy tissue
  • Targeted drugs and drug combinations for greater effectiveness and fewer side effects
  • Pioneering drug research and clinical trials

Nationally recognized cancer center

City of Hope, located in Southern California, is a recognized leader in small intestine cancer research and treatment. We are designated a comprehensive cancer center by the National Cancer Institute, and for over a decade, U.S. News & World Report has named City of Hope one of the top cancer hospitals in America.



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