Cancers in the liver, bile duct and gallbladder are complex diseases requiring the expertise of specialists from many disciplines. The Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins offers a Liver and Biliary Cancer Multidisciplinary Clinic every Wednesday.
The clinic is staffed with medical and radiation oncologists, surgeons, hepatologists, radiologists, pathologists, pharmacists, social workers, experts in symptom management and side effects, researchers and others.
Our expert team conducts an extensive review of each case and determines a personalized treatment plan for each patient. During our team conference all treatment options will be considered, including any available Clinical Trials. Once a comprehensive plan has been formulated, all treatment options will be discussed with the patient and can be implemented through our institution.
We understand a diagnosis of cancer is overwhelming and know a multidisciplinary approach for Liver cancer is the most effective way to care for patients. Our goal is to not only provide a comprehensive evaluation and plan to treat a patient’s cancer, but provide assistance with all the challenges a cancer diagnosis can bring.
Why Choose Johns Hopkins for Liver and Biliary Cancer Treatment
Our multidisciplinary clinic provides personalized treatment plans for patients with biliary and liver cancer including those patients who are seeking a second opinion.
More Treatment Options
We provide all treatment options for biliary and liver cancer including innovative clinical trials.
See Multiple Specialists in One Appointment
Meet with multiple experts in biliary and liver cancer in one appointment.
Johns Hopkins Liver and Biliary Cancer Multidisciplinary Clinic Overview
Experts from the Johns Hopkins Liver and Biliary Cancer Multidisciplinary Clinic describe the personalized multidisciplinary approach to patient care and expanded treatment options for patients with liver and biliary cancer. Johns Hopkins Liver and Biliary Cancer Multidisciplinary Clinic is part of the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center.
ALPPS Procedure & Hepatic Artery Infusion Pump
Surgical oncologist Dr. Chris Shubert discusses the unique advances the Johns Hopkins Hospital has in pancreatic and liver cancer. He answers questions such as: what is ALPPS and what does it treat, how does it combine with hepatic artery infusion pump, and the benefit it has to patients.
Advanced Treatments in Liver Cancer
Liver cancers are on the rise in the Western part of the world. Johns Hopkins has a multidisciplinary liver cancer clinic that is comprised of multiple modalities to offer patients the most individualized care for their specific condition. Join surgical oncologist Kelly Lafaro and medical oncologist Marina Baretti to discuss advanced surgical options and medical management of hepatocellular carcinoma and cholangiocarcinoma and how patients can benefit from being seen in the liver multidisciplinary clinic.