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  • Make an Appointment

    • For adults:
      877-442-3324 (877-442-DFCI)

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      Appointments as soon as the next day for new adult patients


    • For children:
      888-733-4662 (888-PEDI-ONC)

    • Make Appointment Online
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  • Colon and Rectal Cancer Patient and Family Forum

    • Join us Saturday, April 8, 2017, for Dana-Farber's Colon and Rectal Patient and Family Forum for patients and loved ones. This free event features experts from Dana-Farber/Brigham and Women's Cancer Center, who will share updates on research advances and treatments.
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  • Colon Cancer Prevention

    • In this video webchat, Kimmie Ng, MD, MPH, discusses topics including diet, exercise, genetics, screening, and more.
  • Online Resource for Precision Cancer Medicine

    • Clinicians at Dana-Farber/
      Brigham and Women's Cancer Center are now armed with specialized tests to create a precise "tumor profile" for each patient's cancer. Learn about the latest thinking in precision cancer medicine for certain types of gastrointestinal cancers and explore a searchable database of clinical trials that focus on targeted therapies by disease, gene, and mutation.
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  • Researching better therapies for stomach cancer

    • Adam Bass, MDScientists, including researchers from Dana-Farber, have identified four subtypes of tumors for stomach cancer based on shared mutations and other molecular abnormalities. This new classification may lead to the development of improved therapies for the third-leading cancer killer worldwide.
  • A Patient's Story

    • Ed GardellaIn this video, Ed shares his experience with esophageal cancer.
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