GI Oncology Center

The Gastrointestinal Cancer Program provides high quality cancer care for a variety of cancers of the GI tract, including pancreas cancer, liver and biliary tract cancer, colorectal cancer, anal cancer, small bowel cancer and stomach cancer. This care is provided in the most up-to-date multidisciplinary setting that brings together the expertise of nationally renowned specialists in medical oncology, surgery, radiation oncology, gastroenterology, clinical genetics, radiology, screening and prevention. Several tumor boards go on regularly to bring together these experts to review both difficult cases, as well as routine ones. Whipple procedure, liver transplantation, complex chemotherapy protocols, as well as warm, compassionate, and humane care go hand in hand in our outstanding Center.
The GI Cancer Program is one of four clinical programs of excellence in our National Cancer Center-funded Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center. Our clinician-scientists are national and world leaders in their fields, invited frequently to speak at the leading meetings and universities worldwide to display their findings. Our group published hundreds of papers and abstracts a year, and has millions of dollars in research funding from the National Cancer Institute, American Cancer Society, generous philanthropic donors, and other sources.  
Medical Oncology
Alfred I. Neugut, MD, PhD
Professor of Medicine and Epidemiology
Deborah Fuentes, NP
New Patient Appointments
(212) 305-5098
Dr. Neugut
(212) 305-7629
NewYork-Presbyterian Operator
(212) 305-2500