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International Conference on Gastroenterology

April 20-22, 2023

April 20 -22, 2023 | Orlando, Florida, USA

GI Tract Cancer and Hepatocellular Carcinoma

GI Tract Cancer and Hepatocellular Carcinoma

Gastrointestinal (GI) cancer refers to tumours of the oesophagus, pancreas, stomach, colon, rectum, anus, liver, biliary system, and small intestine that affect the gastrointestinal tract and other organs located within the digestive system. When the cells lining one or more of the organs in the digestive tract change and begin to grow, tumours form, and the cancer can spread to the lymph nodes and other organs. Patients with early-stage GI cancer may not experience any symptoms. It's also practically hard to feel gastrointestinal tumours as they grow. As a result, GI malignancies are frequently detected in screenings prior to the onset of symptoms. Or they're diagnosed after they've progressed to the point where they're producing more serious symptoms.

Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) is a type of cancer that begins in the liver. It's not the same as "secondary" liver tumours, which have moved from other organs to the liver. It can sometimes be treated with surgery or transplantation if discovered early. Although it cannot be cured in more severe cases, treatment and care can help the patient live longer and better.

  • Cancers of the digestive system
  • Treatment and risk factors
  • New advances in cancer research
  • Early screening and diagnosis
Gastro 2023 Speakers
Speaker at Gastroenterology 2023 - Luis Miguel Nieto

Luis Miguel Nieto

WellStar Atlanta Medical Center, United States
Speaker at Gastroenterology 2023 - Babajide Oyedotun

Babajide Oyedotun

Interfaith Medical Center, United States
Speaker at Gastroenterology 2023 - Siri Tummala

Siri Tummala

TCU School of Medicine, United States
Speaker at Gastroenterology 2023 - Lorenzo Ricolfi

Lorenzo Ricolfi

Medical clinic in Bordighera, Italy

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