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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.



UW Health liver surgery minimally-invasive surgeries: Two surgeons in operating room

Minimally-Invasive Surgery


UW Health surgeons use minimally-invasive surgical techniques whenever possible, with benefits to patients including less pain, shorter hospital stays and a quicker return to the lifestyle to which they're accustomed.


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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.


Watch Alyssa's story




Multidisciplinary Cancer Care

Gastrolenterology and Hepatology