Gastrointestinal neuroendocrine tumors are cancers that develop in the digestive tract. They most often form in the small intestine, but can develop in the stomach, rectum, appendix, or other parts of the gastrointestinal system.
Gastrointestinal cancers occur when DNA changes cause malignant (cancerous) cells to grow along the gastrointestinal tract. Learn about symptoms and treatment.
A gastrointestinal stromal tumor is a rare type of cancer that starts in cells in the wall of the digestive tract. Learn about symptoms and treatment.
A type of cancer that begins in the gallbladder, a small organ located below the liver.
Pancreatic cancer begins in the cells of the pancreas, an organ behind the stomach that produces hormones such as insulin and enzymes to aid digestion.
Stomach cancer develops when malignant cells begin to grow somewhere in the five layers that form the stomach lining. Learn about symptoms and treatment.
Abnormal DNA changes can cause cancer to develop on the inner wall of the esophagus. Learn about symptoms and treatment.
A type of cancer that starts in the anus can can cause rectal bleeding and anal pain.
A type of cancer that begins in glandular cells that line the small intestine.
Chemotherapy uses drugs that kill cancer cells or stop them from multiplying. Learn more about this treatment.