Physician Detail
Malcolm Bilimoria

Malcolm Bilimoria, M.D.

Oncology Surgery

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Board Certification(s)

Surgical Oncology


Other Organization(s)

Illinois Center for Pancreatic & Hepatobiliary Diseases


Medical School

Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern University


Internship

Northwestern University


Residency

Surgery, Northwestern Memorial Hospital


Fellowship

Research, Robert Lurie Cancer Center
Surgical Oncology, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center


Location 1

880 W. Central Road
Suite 4400
Arlington Heights IL 60005
Phone: 847-483-9400
Fax: 847-483-9426
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Primary Specialty

Oncology Surgery


Additional Specialties

Pancreatic Cancer
Biliary Cancer
Liver Cancer
General Surgery


Clinical Interests

Achievements

News

Every day is a celebration for cancer-free patient

Despite low survival rates, patient Ken Brown is thriving, and now provides emotional support to others diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. Five-year survival rates vary from as low as one percent for advanced stage IV, to 14 percent for stage IA, according to the American Cancer Society.

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WGN News: Cancer survivor scales Mt. Kilimanjaro with doctor who saved his life

WGN-TV – Four years ago, a local man was given a five percent chance of survival after he was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. This month, he returned from climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro with the doctor who saved his life.

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CBS 2 News: A Cancer Survivor’s Dream To Climb Mountain Comes True

WBBM-TV – An update on the cancer survivor who set out to climb Mount Kilimanjaro: He made the attempt along with his doctor. CBS 2 was there as the men reunited for the first time since the trip.

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Beating the odds of pancreatic cancer

Pancreatic cancer survivor Ken Brown fulfilled a lifelong dream to hike Mt. Kilimanjaro with the doctor who saved his life, Malcolm Bilimoria, M.D., Surgical Oncologist at Northwest Community Healthcare (NCH).

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CBS 2 News: Cancer Survivor To Climb Mt. Kilimanjaro With Surgeon

WBBM-TV – A suburban man who survived pancreatic cancer has a new mountain to climb. Literally. During a post-cancer checkup at Northwest Community Hospital in April, 68-year-old Ken Brown learned his oncology surgeon was planning to climb Mount Kilimanjaro, which is a dream Brown has had since 2011.

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ABC 7 News: Cancer survivor, his doctor to hike Mount Kilimanjaro

WLS-TV – Hiking Mount Kilimanjaro was a dream of Ken Brown, but it took a cancer diagnosis to jumpstart the plan into reality. Four years ago, Brown was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, which has a survival rate of 5 percent. On Thursday, he leaves for Tanzania to hike Mount Kilimanjaro - and he's bringing the doctor who saved his life.

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