Gastrointestinal Cancer Program


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.

To learn about what sets us apart, visit:

Survivor Stories

Brian Trainor

It was on January 7th that Penn law student Brian Trainor, a healthy and active 31 year old with no known symptoms had a sudden seizure. Brian was rushed to HUP, where he received a CT scan and MRI, which uncovered a 2.5 centimeter tumor on the left frontal lobe of his brain.




Spotlight

Watch CANPrevent Colorectal Cancer Conference to learn about your risk for developing colorectal cancer.

Watch Focus on Gastrointestinal Cancers Conference - Get information on the latest advances in gastrointestinal cancer risk, prevention, diagnosis, treatment, symptom management and psychosocial issues.

Watch Focus On Pancreatic Cancer Conference - Get information on the latest advances in pancreatic cancer risk, prevention, diagnosis, treatment, symptom management and psychosocial issues.

Watch the Focus On Neuroendocrine Tumors Conference

NBC10 Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month
Video with Dr. Gregory Ginsberg

OncoLink's" The Basics" -- Learn basic information about different gastrointestinal cancers.

 

OncoLink - Advances in Colorectal Cancer Screening. Read OncoLink's brown bag chat transcript.

Clinical Briefing: Management of Neuroendocrine Tumors

Abramson Cancer Centers Gastrointestinal Cancer Program is conducting exciting, innovation research entitled "The Mechanisms of Esophageal Carcinogenesis." This important project will define underlying mechanisms in the development of esophageal cancer that will lead to new ways to diagnose and treat this cancer. Find out more...



Clinical Trials

Clinical trials are studies to find new ways to prevent, detect and treat cancer. The purpose of each clinical trial is to answer a specific question. Our physicians carefully design these studies to find new ways to improve care and quality of life ... more about clinical trials