1. The Emerging Role of Radiation for Intrahepatic Cholangiocarcinoma Higher Doses Lead to Improved Survival


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    This program focused on the non-operative treatment of intrahepatic cholangiocarcinoma. Over the past 5 years, new technology has allowed much higher doses of radiation to be given safely. These doses…

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    • Webinar: Photodynamic Therapy, A Ray of Light in Cholangiocarcinoma The OPUS Trial


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      “Photodynamic Therapy, A Ray of Light in Cholangiocarcinoma: The OPUS Trial” presented by Dr. David E. Loren, Associate Director of Endoscopy and Co-Director of the Pancreaticobiliary…

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      • Types of Cholangiocarcinoma and Treatments


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        Sumera H. Rizvi, MBBS, a fellow in the division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology at Mayo Clinic, Rochester, discusses the three types of cholangiocarcinoma (bile duct cancer) and some treatments…

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        • Webinar: Surgical Management of Cholangiocarcinoma – State of the Art and Beyond


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          We are pleased to present Dr. Kato’s perspective of the complexity of liver and biliary surgery, says Marion Schwartz, CCF Chief Advocacy Officer. She added: “This potentially curative…

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          • Webinar: Using Patients’ Own Immune System to Knock-out Cancer: Adoptive Cell Therapy


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            Join Dr. Steven A. Rosenberg (National Cancer Institute) and Dr. Eric Tran (National Institutes of Health) in a webinar about NIH clinical trial NCT01174121 using adoptive cell therapy, a technique…

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            • Web Chat: My Toughest Marathon: A Runner’s Perspective on Cancer


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              Bill is the father of 6 and grandfather of 13. He was diagnosed with cholangiocarcinoma in 2009. In this inspirational video, he shares his “story” and perspective on cancer from a…

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              • Palliative Surgery for Patients with Cholangiocarcinoma


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                Some people with cholangiocarcinoma are unable to be cured because their tumor is either inoperable or has spread. These patients can develop blockages of the bile ducts or intestines causing jaundice,…

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                • Webinar: Update on Cholangiocarcinoma – What we have learned from the International Hepatobiliary Neoplasia Biorepository


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                  Educate patients so they better understand how Mayo Clinic is using the information and bio-specimens they provide to improve care all for cholangiocarcinoma patients.

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                  • Understanding Cancer in the Age of Genomics


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                    Understanding Cancer in the Age of Genomics 7-16-13 11.00 AM

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