About Esophageal Cancer
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The Katy O. and Paul M. Rady Esophageal and Gastric Center of Excellence was established in late 2022 in the hopes of advancing esophageal and gastric cancer research, clinical trials, screening, and treatments. This Center of Excellence was established through a generous gift from the Rady family in honor of their late family member, Paul R. O’Hara II, who was treated at the University of Colorado Cancer Center.
The Esophageal and Gastric Cancer Multidisciplinary Clinic brings together a team of expert surgeons, gastroenterologists, pathologists, oncologists, radiologists, and more focused on the esophagus and stomach. Together, the team analyzes a patient’s diagnosis and recommends a specific treatment plan for the individual. Not only does the clinic focus on patients with precancerous and cancerous lesions of the esophagus and stomach, but they have also established a benign clinic that has a specialized team who treats patients with noncancerous conditions of the esophagus.
The Center of Excellence is committed to providing the best possible care to all its patients, initiating new research, as well as investigating new clinical trials. The center works with the University of Colorado Cancer Center and across the institution, including UCHealth.
Celebrating the naming of the Center (2022). Left to right, Dr. Madeleine Kane, Dr. Richard Schulick, Paul Rady, Katy Rady, Dr. Sachin Wani
The research studies (clinical trials) below are open to enrollment.
Jessica Dry, MHA
Maddie Taylor, MSHA
Kelli DeLay, MD
Medical Director, Benign Esophageal and Gastric Multidisciplinary Clinic
Megan Marsh, MPAS, PA-C
Esophageal and Gastric Multidisciplinary Clinic Coordinator