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With a comprehensive strategy and a multidisciplinary team, the Gastrointestinal Cancer Program is setting an aggressive agenda to advance understanding of GI cancers and transform findings into clinical practice.
Physician-scientists conduct laboratory-based research, population science and epidemiology research, and clinical trials, with a goal of improving options for patients with GI cancers.
Research in the Gastrointestinal Cancer Program focuses on carcinogenesis and tumor biology of gastrointestinal cancers and early detection and prevention of gastrointestinal cancers.
Contact the program about research opportunities or about its investigations into gastrointestinal system cancers, including pancreas cancer, liver cancer, esophagus cancer and colon cancer.
As the only SPORE of its kind in the United States, the Mayo Clinic Hepatobiliary SPORE is devoted to improving the diagnosis and treatment of liver cancer and bile duct cancer.
The Gastrointestinal Cancer Program manages the Pancreatic Cancer SPORE, which studies the causes of pancreatic cancer, the progression of pancreatic cancer and treatment interventions.
The Gastrointestinal Cancer Program is part of the Mayo Clinic Cancer Center, an NCI-designated comprehensive cancer center with locations in Arizona, Florida and Minnesota.
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