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The Liver and Pancreas Program for hepatopancreaticobiliary disorders at UW Hospital and Clinics in Madison, Wisconsin, brings together a complete team of health care professionals to treat complex hepatopancreaticobiliary disorders.

 

The Liver and Pancreas Program performs a higher volume of complex liver and pancreas operations than any other center in Wisconsin. It is affiliated with the UW Carbone Cancer Center, the only NCI-designated comprehensive cancer center in Wisconsin.

 

 

 
 Multidisciplinary liver and pancreas care

Multidisciplinary Care

 

The Liver and Pancreas Program combines multidisciplinary care with novel strategies to provide comprehensive care for patients and offer them expanded treatment options.

 

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 Liver and Pancreas Conditions and Treatments

Conditions and Treatments

 

The Liver and Pancreas Program uses state-of-the-art diagnostic techniques that are less invasive, including new surgical techniques and innovative treatments to treat conditions of the gallbladder, colon, liver and pancreas.

 

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Liver and Pancreas Patient Stories 

Meet Our Patients

 

Alyssa Brewer was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer at age 37, a disease often considered terminal. Five of the first six doctors she spoke to initially treated her like a lost cause. Then she turned to surgeons within the liver and pancreas program.

 

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 UW Health Primary Liver Tumor Clinic: Two surgeons in operating room

Primary Liver Tumor Clinic

 

The physicians and staff of the UW Health Primary Liver Tumor Clinic are dedicated to providing customized, comprehensive care to patients diagnosed with hepatomas or cholangiocarcinomas.

 

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Multidisciplinary Cancer Care

Gastrolenterology and Hepatology