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Stomach Cancer Experts

We’re one of the few National Cancer Institute–designated cancer centers with a specific program in upper gastrointestinal tract cancers.

Significant progress has been made in the treatment of gastric cancer over the past few years, with more people diagnosed with early-stage tumors surviving the disease than ever before. Many of these success stories are at Memorial Sloan Kettering, where our team diagnoses and treats more people with stomach cancer than any other cancer center in the United States.

Your MSK team will include doctors who specialize in surgery, chemotherapy, radiation, and more — all working together to customize a plan of care that fits your unique needs.

Select from the list below to learn more about our doctors, as well as their education, training, board certifications, publications, and specific areas of clinical expertise.

Surgery Minus iconIcon indicating subtraction, or that the element can be closed. Plus IconIcon indicating addition, or that the element can be opened. Arrow (down) icon.An arrow icon, usually indicating that the containing element can be opened and closed.
Sam S. Yoon

Sam S. Yoon

Murray F. Brennan, MD, FACS -- Vice President for International Programs; Benno C. Schmidt Chair in Clinical Oncology

Sir Murray F. Brennan

Vice President for International Programs; Benno C. Schmidt Chair in Clinical Oncology; Director, The Bobst International Center

Daniel G. Coit, MD, FACS

Daniel G. Coit

Jeffrey Drebin, surgeon and Chief, Department of Surgery, Memorial Sloan Kettering

Jeffrey Drebin

Chair, Department of Surgery

Vivian E. Strong, MD, FACS

Vivian E. Strong

Minimally Invasive Surgery Minus iconIcon indicating subtraction, or that the element can be closed. Plus IconIcon indicating addition, or that the element can be opened. Arrow (down) icon.An arrow icon, usually indicating that the containing element can be opened and closed.
Gastroenterology and Preventive Oncology Minus iconIcon indicating subtraction, or that the element can be closed. Plus IconIcon indicating addition, or that the element can be opened. Arrow (down) icon.An arrow icon, usually indicating that the containing element can be opened and closed.
Medical Oncology Minus iconIcon indicating subtraction, or that the element can be closed. Plus IconIcon indicating addition, or that the element can be opened. Arrow (down) icon.An arrow icon, usually indicating that the containing element can be opened and closed.
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MSK radiation oncologist John Cuaron

John J. Cuaron

Chief for External Beam Radiotherapy, Long Island

Richard M. Gewanter, MD -- Chief, Commack/Rockville Center Radiation Oncology

Richard M. Gewanter

Memorial Sloan Kettering radiation oncologist Christopher Crane

Christopher Crane

Vice Chair, Department of Radiation Oncology

Memorial Sloan Kettering radiation oncologist Carla Hajj

Carla Hajj

Pictured: Marsha Reyngold

Marsha Reyngold

MSK radiation oncologist Paul Romesser

Paul Romesser

Radiation oncologist Daniel Shasha

Daniel Shasha

Chief of Radiation Oncology, Norwalk Hospital

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