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Bile Duct Cancer Care

Bile duct cancer can be treated with chemotherapy, radiation, surgery, or a combination of these treatment options. Our multidisciplinary team will work with you and your primary care provider to create a personalized care plan to treat your cancer, ease your symptoms and side effects, and strengthen you physically, mentally, and emotionally. 

Bile duct cancers are rare and require the type of advanced imaging and endoscopic techniques used at St. Luke's Cancer Institute. Even more importantly, our team includes surgeons with fellowship training in hepatopancreaticobiliary and advanced GI surgery, bringing the most advanced surgical techniques and expertise to our patients.

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Supportive Oncology

Caring for the Whole Person

Supportive oncology is an integral part of the St. Luke’s Cancer Institute philosophy that healing comes from caring for the whole person, not just the disease.


You can count on a team of experts who will work alongside your physicians to help you and your family be as strong and stable as possible during your cancer diagnosis, treatment and beyond.


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