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Treatments for Bile Duct and Gallbladder Cancers

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Treatment depends on the stage of the disease and your health. We will work with you to determine the most appropriate therapy. Surgery is the most common treatment option for gallbladder and bile duct cancer, and offers the best chance for a cure. However, if you are not a candidate for surgery, we offer additional treatment options available. 

Treatments We Provide

  • Bile Duct Surgery

    A surgical procedure aimed specifically at removing cancerous tumors or growths in the bile duct. 

  • Gallbladder Surgery

    A surgical procedure aimed specifically at removing cancerous tumors or growths in the gallbladder. 

  • Minimally Invasive Treatment Options

    Depending on the severity of your cancer, our specialists may be able to provide many minimally invasive treatments that can help.

  • Partial Hepatectomy

    A surgery designed to remove cancerous tumors in the bile duct, gallbladder or liver. This procedure is also known as a resection. 

  • Whipple Procedure

    A complex surgery that removes the right side of the pancreas (head) and other nearby structures, then with re-connection of the intestine to the remaining part of the pancreas,  bile ducts, and stomach to allow normal digestion of food.