UChicago Medicine Comprehensive Cancer Center

At the University of Chicago Medicine, we provide an individualized approach to cancer treatment. All patients are different, as is their cancer stage, age, overall health and preference for care. Our esophageal cancer team will explain all of your treatment options and take the time to answer your questions and ease your concerns.

As with most cancers, esophageal cancer treatments differ according to the stage of disease. We may use the treatments below individually or in combination with other therapies to treat your cancer.

metastatic cancer illustration

Treating Metastatic Cancer with Optimism and Hope

If you have been diagnosed with metastatic cancer, more therapies may be available to you than you think. Our cancer specialists are eager to help you understand all of your options.

Limited Metastatic Cancer Program

What Does It Mean to Be an NCI-Designated Comprehensive Cancer Center?

An official comprehensive cancer center designation by the National Cancer Institute (NCI) is the highest federal rating a cancer center can achieve. Learn what's required to earn this designation and how the UChicago Medicine Comprehensive Cancer Center is shaping cancer care and research today and beyond.
Medical oncologist Kenneth Cohen, MD, pointing to a computer and talking with a patient

Cancer Care Second Opinions

Request a second opinion from UChicago Medicine experts in cancer care.

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Participate in a Clinical Trial

Find an esophageal cancer clinical trial that's right for you.

Robert T. Kavitt, MD, MPH, esophageal disease expert

Center for Esophageal Diseases

The Center for Esophageal Diseases is dedicated solely to the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the esophagus.