Pancreatic Cancer Center

Providing team-based treatment and support to all patients

The center offers multidisciplinary care to patients affected with pancreatic diseases such as:

  • pancreatic adenocarcinoma,
  • neuroendocrine tumors,
  • cystic neoplasms,
  • pancreatitis,
  • peri-pancreatic diseases that may require a pancreatic resection, such as:
    • ampullary,
    • common bile duct.
    • duodenal tumors.

    The Pancreatic Cancer Center assembles a team of physicians, oncologic surgeons, pathologists, radiologists, clinical investigators and basic science researchers, to help our patients combat their cancer.

    We use the latest treatment for pancreatic tumors, including:

    • Diagnostic testing completed quickly, with same day procedures available
    • Investigational therapies for pancreatic cancer
    • Specialized CT scan and endoscopic ultrasound procedures for diagnosis and staging
    • Combined treatment approaches for localized pancreatic cancer
    • Surgeons with extensive operative experience in the removal of part or all of pancreatic tumors
    • Rapid reports to your primary care physician

    Pancreatic Tumor Board

    Following an evaluation with a surgeon, every case will be reviewed by our Multidisciplinary Pancreatic Tumor Conference for careful consideration of all radiological studies, pathologic information, current treatment to date, and coordination of other needed studies. A clear treatment plan will be outlined for every patient.

    Directions to the Multidisciplinary Pancreatic Cancer Center:

    The center's address is:
    U-M Comprehensive Cancer Center
    1500 East Medical Center Drive
    Floor B1; Reception/Room: 365 SPC:5912
    Ann Arbor MI 48109-5912
    Phone: 734-764-2868
    Fax: 734-232-9365

    Request an Appointment: 800-865-1125 or 734-647-8902

    Maps, Driving Directions and Parking Information

    Internal Map Floor B1.

    Still have questions?

    The nurses at Cancer AnswerLine™ have answers. Call 1-800-865-1125 and you'll get a personal response from one of our registered nurses, who have years of experience in caring for people with cancer.

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