Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic Tumor Program
The Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic Tumor Program at Boston Medical Center provides care for patients suffering from cancers of the liver, bile ducts and gall bladder, as well as the pancreas. Boston Medical Center’s multidisciplinary team specializes in caring for patients with hepatobiliary and pancreatic cancers, which are among the most complex and difficult cancers to treat.
The program is based in the state-of-the-art Moakley Building on BMC's campus and treats patients through both outpatient visits and surgical procedures.
The program’s physicians are also faculty members at Boston University School of Medicine, where they mentor, educate, and prepare the next generation of cancer care specialists. They also take leading roles in national and international societies, conduct research studies, edit and publish in scholarly journals, contribute to medical text books, and present lectures to colleagues all over the world. At BMC, patients benefit from this knowledge, as well as the most cutting-edge treatments and technologies available.
A regional center for cancer care, the team is comprised of a group of experts including surgeons, medical and radiation oncologists, gastroenterologists, hepatologists and interventional radiologists, and also offers a wide range of support services, including nurse navigators, case managers and social workers. Every patient receives the complete spectrum of care through each stage of their journey: from diagnosis, to treatment, and recovery.
Learn more about BMC's Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic Tumor Program.