Find an Expert

Memorial Sloan Kettering brings a vast body of knowledge and expertise to the care of patients with cancer of unknown primary origin. Many recent advances in diagnosing and treating cancer of unknown primary origin — and improvements in survival and quality of life — can be attributed to our multidisciplinary team of doctors.

Your patient care team typically consists of a medical oncologist who specializes in CUP tumors, as well as surgeons, radiation oncologists, and other doctors with the necessary expertise to treat the type of cancer you have. In some cases, for example, your team may also include gastroenterologists, endocrinologists, or pulmonologists. Nurses, social workers, and other healthcare professionals are also available to help you through your treatment.

The following is a list of our experts in cancer of unknown primary origin.

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Pictured: Eileen O'Reilly

Eileen M. O'Reilly

Associate Director for Clinical Research, David M. Rubenstein Center for Pancreatic Cancer Research

Memorial Sloan Kettering surgeon Jennifer Cracchiolo

Jennifer R. Cracchiolo

Memorial Sloan Kettering medical oncologist Rodrigo Erlich

Rodrigo Erlich

Memorial Sloan Kettering medical oncologist Jung Julie Kang

Jung Julie Kang

David Paul Kelsen, MD -- Edward S. Gordon Chair in Medical Oncology

David Paul Kelsen

Edward S. Gordon Chair in Medical Oncology

Memorial Sloan Kettering pathologist David Klimstra

David S. Klimstra

Chair, Department of Pathology; James Ewing Alumni Chair of Pathology

Leonard Saltz, MD -- Chief,, Gastrointestinal Oncology Service; Head, Colorectal Oncology Section

Leonard Saltz

Executive Director for Clinical Value & Sustainability; Head, Colorectal Oncology Section

Pictured: Anna Varghese

Anna M. Varghese

Memorial Sloan Kettering medical oncologist Stephen Veach

Stephen R. Veach

Laura H. Tang, MD, PhD

Laura H. Tang

David H. Ilson, MD, PhD

David H. Ilson

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