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Pancreatic Cancer

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Pancreatic cancer may be one of the more difficult cancers to be diagnosed with. This program discusses the risk factors, symptoms, and different treatments available to patients with pancreatic cancer as well as firsthand experiences and advice from a Pancreatic patient and her husband.
Tommy Thompson
Adaptive clinical trials are poised to deliver hope to patients with pancreatic cancer.
Kristie L. Kahl
SINGER ARETHA FRANKLIN, 76, died of advanced pancreatic cancer on Aug. 16 at her home in Detroit, with her family and friends at her bedside.
Kristie L. Kahl
A genetic counselor discussed the various hereditary breast and ovarian cancer syndrome-associated cancers among men and how to manage them at the FORCE Annual Meeting.
Pancreatic Cancer Action Network
Pancreatic Cancer Action Network
Pancreatic Cancer Action Network
Kristin Reynolds
“Sometimes ‘a new normal’ seems to have a bad connotation,” said Nicole Lise Feingold, director of Patient Services at the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network (PanCAN).
Beth Fand Incollingo
After losing her husband and sister to cancer, journalist Katie Couric became an advocate for collaborative efforts to improve prevention and treatment.
Brielle Urciuoli
Genetic testing is becoming more important in pancreatic cancer, especially since it can point toward more efficacious treatment regimens for some patients.
Brielle Urciuoli
Tests like these are growing increasingly important, as TOO results lead to treatment changes about 65 percent of the time and a site treatment change about 35 percent of the time, according to Cancer Genetics.

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