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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.
John Otrompke
Tumor Treating Fields were determined safe to use as a fronline therapy for unresectable pancreatic cancer. 
Beth Fand Incollingo
In a phase 3 trial, five-year overall survival was nearly doubled when capecitabine was added to gemcitabine for patients with pancreatic cancer. 
Jason M. Broderick
Algenpantucel-L failed to improve OS for patients with pancreatic cancer in a phase 3 trial. 
Andrew J. Roth
Nurses and oncologists need to give portal vein thrombosis a closer look, according to one oncolgy nurse. 
Sandra Hanner
In the analysis, there was as much as a 92 percent difference in median overall survival (OS) seen between patients treated in randomized controlled trials and "real world" data.
Sonya Collins
Scientists are investigating a host of new treatment types that may change the outlook for those with pancreatic cancer.
Ryan Marotta
Thanks to the NPF, patients with pancreatic diseases can now find healthcare organizations that prove excellent in treating their conditions.
Kerri Kaplan, executive director and chief operating officer of The Lustgarten Foundation
Exciting new treatment options for patients with pancreatic cancer are on the rise, thanks to organizations such as the Lustgarten Foundation.
Silas Inman
This study of Onivyde, 5-FU and leucovorin for the treatment of patients with metastatic pancreatic cancer was presented at the 2016 Gastrointestinal Cancers Symposium.
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