Gallbladder Cancer, Biliary Cancer

Gallbladder Cancer, Biliary Cancer

More than 100 clinical trials are currently accepting participants diagnosed with Gallbladder Cancer (Biliary Cancer).

Gallbladder cancer starts in the gallbladder, a small part of the digestive system. This little pouch, about 8 cm long and 2.5 cm wide, stores bile, a fluid that helps us digest food, especially fats. This type of cancer occurs when cells in the gallbladder begin to grow and divide uncontrollably. Without treatment, these cells can spread into nearby tissues or organs and even to other parts of the body. Gallbladder cancer is relatively rare. It's sometimes referred to as biliary cancer.

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