Abramson Cancer Center gastrointestinal cancer clinicians and researchers are leading the way nationally in the diagnosis and treatment of GI cancers.
Today, there's more hope than ever for those who face gastrointestinal cancer. Our multidisciplinary team sees more patients with these types of GI problems in one year than many doctors see in their career.
By putting our experience to work, we offer the best possible treatment outcomes.
If diagnosed with a GI cancer, or concerned about a GI cancer, it's important to have the best team of experts available.
Penn's Multidisciplinary GI Cancer Program has individuals nationally recognized for their expertise who can provide the information, care, and support to help each step of the way.
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