Extrahepatic Bile Duct Cancer Treatment at the University of Colorado Cancer Center
As a destination cancer center, we encounter all kinds of cancers, from the rarest to the most common.
One rare type is extrahepatic bile duct cancer, although we’ve cared for patients with bile duct cancer from all over the nation. And since we’re one of the leading research centers in the nation, you can count on taking advantage of the latest and greatest in cancer advancements.
Our expert team of highly-skilled doctors and support professionals tailor treatment, care and support to each individual. And this same team will be with you throughout your journey, from initial testing and support to treatment and aftercare. Learn how our Nurse Navigator can guide you through your treatment process.
That’s one of the reasons why our 5-year cancer survival rates are up to 30% higher than state, regional and national averages.
To begin your journey with a committed and caring team of bile duct cancer experts, call us at (720) 848-0300.
Bile Duct Cancer at a Glance
- A system of bile ducts connects your liver, gall bladder and small intestine. Your extrahepatic bile duct is the part of the duct that is outside your liver.
- 2,000 to 3,000 people in the United States will develop bile duct cancer every year.
- Bile duct cancer affects roughly three times as many men as women.
Source: American Cancer Society