NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center - Center for Advanced Digestive Care

Transforming Digestive care

The Center for Advanced Digestive Care brings groundbreaking research, procedures, and therapies together in a patient-centered environment to treat the full spectrum of digestive diseases.

The CADC's comprehensive approach to digestive disease care is provided in collaboration with providers from Weill Cornell Medicine, and is available at both NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center, NewYork-Presbyterian/Lower Manhattan Hospital, and across the Weill Cornell Medicine physician network.

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Pancreas Program

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Make That Call for Colon Cancer Screening

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NEJM Study finds Bariatric Surgery Dramatically Outperforms Standard Treatment for Type 2 Diabetes

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Researchers from the CADC seek to explore the relationship between the microbiome, H pylori, and cancer. Meyer Cancer Center


View the latest updates on research happening at the CADC on the CADC Research Spotlight.
CADC Research Spotlight


Dr. Christine Frissora discusses foods that may irritate the stomach. 9 News


Dr. Michel Kahaleh interviewed by Gastrointestinal Endoscopy on his team's findings comparing surgical and endoscopic gallbladder drainage.Youtube


Dr. Reem Sharaiha shares her team's findings comparing different types of stent technology for pancreatic drainage. Endoscopedia


NYP's #MakeThatCall campaign recognized by the American College of Gastroenterology. ACG


Weill Cornell pediatric GI joins Improve Care Now to advance IBD treatments for young patients. Improve Care Now



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