Gastrointestinal cancer is a disease in which cancerous cells form in any of the organs involved in digesting food or eliminating waste, including the stomach, the pancreas, the liver, the intestines, the colon, and the rectum. Learn more about gastrointestinal cancers.
Patients come to the Duke Cancer Institute for individualized care, state-of-the-art treatments, and the surgical experience that our team of specialists offers.
Treatment of gastrointestinal cancers varies according to the type of cancer involved. The Duke Cancer Institute provides treatment and supportive care for patients battling both rare and common cancers, including:
Learn about clinical trials offered by Duke Cancer Institute.