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Center for Advanced Minimally Invasive Liver Oncologic Therapy (CAMILOT)

Department of Surgery is proud to announce the opening of the UW Medicine Center for Advanced Minimally Invasive Liver Oncologic Therapy (CAMILOT). CAMILOT harnesses the strength of the UW Medical Center Liver Tumor Clinic, the region’s longest running multidisciplinary clinic, and leverages ongoing partnerships with Surgical Oncology, Radiation Oncology, Interventional Radiology and Medical Oncology to provide state-of-the-art, personalized treatments for hepatobiliary tumors (benign and malignant) using the most advanced and minimally invasive approaches to achieve optimal disease control. The philosophy behind CAMILOT is to exploit cutting-edge technologies to maximize the chance of cure and to improve the quality of patients’ survivorship through seamless coordination and execution of personalized care. Through teamwork and innovation, CAMILOT is poised to transform the care of patients with liver cancers in the Pacific Northwest and beyond.

 

 

 

 

Meet our Team

Surgery
Raymond S.W. Yeung, MD
James O. Park, MD

Radiation Oncology
Smith Apisarnthanarax, MD

Interventional Radiology
Sharon W. Kwan, MD
Guy E. Johnson, MD
Wayne L. Monsky, MD
Sandeep Vaidya, MD

Medical Oncology
William P. Harris, MD
Supriya Saha, MD
Kaylyn Wong, MD

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