Hepatobiliary (Liver, Pancreas, Gallbladder) Cancer
Whether you’re concerned about developing liver, pancreatic or gallbladder cancer or are recently diagnosed, you’ll find the expert care you need at CHI Franciscan Cancer Care. You'll have access to the full continuum of care, of leading edge diagnostics treatment and follow-up, close to home.
Treatment options for liver, pancreatic or gallbladder cancers
Liver, biliary, gallbladder and pancreatic cancers may be challenging cancers to treat – but our experienced team is here to provide you with the best care possible. Our surgeries and innovative treatment options provide early staging and the most positive outcomes for people with both primary and metastatic cancers. The use of advanced laparoscopic or robotic-assisted surgery offer patients a less-invasive approach for many of these operations. Chemotherapy and radiation therapy may also be part of your treatment plan.
Board certified and fellowship trained surgeons and other oncology specialists work together to ensure you receive the most comprehensive and innovative treatments possible. Our multidisciplinary team includes surgeons, gastroenterologists, urologists, nephrologists, interventional radiologists, nursing staff, clinical nurse coordinators, navigators, social workers and others dedicated to providing extraordinary care to you and your family.
Because we’re part of CHI, one of the largest health care providers in the country, you’ll have access to the latest research and innovations through the CHI Institute for Research and Innovation as well as national clinical trials as part of our participation in the National Cancer Institute Community Oncology Research Program (NCORP).
Ask your doctor how to access clinical trials specifically for you.
Care without the commute
You can receive treatment for hepatobiliary cancer at our premier treatment center conveniently located in Tacoma, Washington:
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Your first visit is with a board-certified surgical oncologist, who will discuss the next steps with you. Find a surgeon.