Cancer Care

Complete support and care for pancreatic cancer

Pancreatic cancer affects the pancreas, the organ that makes certain hormones and aids in digestion. The most common type of pancreatic cancer is exocrine tumors, which affect the glands that make digestive enzymes. Endocrine tumors develop in the pancreatic islets cells, which make insulin and glucagon. Pancreatic cancer is a rare type of gastrointestinal cancer, accounting for about 3 percent of all cancer cases in the U.S.

When it comes to providing complete care for pancreatic cancer in Goshen and Warsaw, IN, Goshen Center for Cancer Care takes an integrative approach. Our oncology specialists combine their expertise to aggressively target the cancer while supporting you mentally and physically. With supportive therapy services and leading-edge cancer treatment, we help you and your family navigate life after a diagnosis of pancreatic cancer.

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Pancreatic cancer symptoms

Symptoms of pancreatic cancer often appear in the later stages and can include:

  • Digestive problems
  • Abdominal or back pain
  • Changes in bowel movements
  • Swelling in the abdomen
  • Blood clots
  • Jaundice
  • Weight loss and lack of appetite

An integrated approach to pancreatic cancer

At Goshen Center for Cancer Care, ensuring your best quality of life is our main goal. You can expect a treatment approach that cares for all of you, which may include:

You’ll be a part of your treatment decisions, helping your team create a plan that’s just for you. We’re here to support you throughout your journey, so you don’t have to go at cancer alone. To get started with our providers, request an appointment online or call (888) 492-4673 (HOPE) .

With compassion and expertise, Goshen Center for Cancer Care treats pancreatic cancer in Goshen and Warsaw, IN, for patients from Fort Wayne, South Bend and beyond.