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My Treatment

Read about the treatment experiences of other pancreatic cancer patients, including what worked, the doctors or facilities they worked with, and more. Then share your story HERE.

My Treatment

Read about the treatment experiences of other pancreatic cancer patients, including what worked, the doctors or facilities they worked with, and more. Then share your story HERE.

Changing my doctor led to a better treatment for me
Managing treatment during the COVID-19 pandemic
Being proactive leads to early diagnosis
Changing my doctor led to a better treatment for me
Managing treatment during the COVID-19 pandemic

Promising Science

Learn more about cutting-edge research in pancreatic cancer and gain insights from the scientists who are advancing new treatment options.

Promising Science

Learn more about cutting-edge research in pancreatic cancer and gain insights from the scientists who are advancing new treatment options.

Study aims to make clinical trial process faster, more effective, and more cost-efficient
Ongoing research about RNA subtypes may change treatment paradigms
Talking with one of the world’s top cancer researchers
Study aims to make clinical trial process faster, more effective, and more cost-efficient
Ongoing research about RNA subtypes may change treatment paradigms

Clinical Trials

Read about the different drugs, new approaches, and latest developments in cutting-edge science being tested in active trials that are available to pancreatic cancer patients.

Clinical Trials

Read about the different drugs, new approaches, and latest developments in cutting-edge science being tested in active trials that are available to pancreatic cancer patients.

Managing Pancreatic Cancer

Educate yourself about pancreatic cancer and learn ways to make your life more comfortable during and after treatment. Find information on nutrition, exercise, and more to help you navigate life with pancreatic cancer.

Managing Pancreatic Cancer

Educate yourself about pancreatic cancer and learn ways to make your life more comfortable during and after treatment. Find information on nutrition, exercise, and more to help you navigate life with pancreatic cancer.

Bringing committed advocates together to increase awareness about pancreatic cancer research and treatment efforts
My thoughts on having pancreatic cancer
Bringing committed advocates together to increase awareness about pancreatic cancer research and treatment efforts
My thoughts on having pancreatic cancer

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Videos

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[subhea]Long RNA molecules carrying DNA codes that don’t get translated into proteins have long been a mystery of the human genome. Now, scientists at Duke-NUS Medical School have found a way to systematically investigate their functions and discovered some could…

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[subhea]Long RNA molecules carrying DNA codes that don’t get translated into proteins have long been a mystery of the human genome. Now, scientists at Duke-NUS Medical School have found a way to systematically investigate their functions and discovered some could…

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Dr. Allyson Ocean

Dr. Allyson Ocean discusses the mechanism of action of the drug SM-88, which has shown effectiveness against advanced pancreatic cancer in trials.

Microscope photo of pancreatic cancer cells (circular nuclei in blue) growing as a sphere encased in membranes (red edges around black cells).

Scientists at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL) have created the first mouse model of pancreatic cancer that recreates two subtypes of the human disease.

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Dr. Allyson Ocean

Dr. Allyson Ocean discusses the mechanism of action of the drug SM-88, which has shown effectiveness against advanced pancreatic cancer in trials.

Microscope photo of pancreatic cancer cells (circular nuclei in blue) growing as a sphere encased in membranes (red edges around black cells).

Scientists at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL) have created the first mouse model of pancreatic cancer that recreates two subtypes of the human disease.

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An affiliate of

In partnership with

Logo for the Basser Center for BRCA in gray, aqua, blue, and red, with the Penn Medicine logo below in blue, red, and white
cure logo and seal in blue, gold and white
Green purple blue and brown curved lines make the logo the Elvin Howard Sr. Pancreatic Cancer Advocacy Foundation
Griffith Family Foundation logo in light and dark purple
Hirschberg Foundation logo in medium and light blue, yellow and white
Kenner Family Research Fund logo in purple and white with black text tag line
National Pancreas Foundation logo in blue
Pancreatic Cancer Action Network logo with white letters on a purple background
PCRT logo in medium and dark purple
Project Purple logo in light and dark purple
Rolfe Foundation logo in blue, fuschia, and purple
Stand Up To Cancer logo in red, orange, and black
World Pancreatic Cancer Coalition logo with an open squared rounded shape in purples and text in gray
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