How is pancreatic cancer treated? Learn important information about your disease, the treatments you may face, what types of clinical trials are available and how to join a trial, and research into early detection.
Treatments and Clinical Trials
Let’s Win and the National Alliance for Hispanic Health’s Nuestras Voces program cosponsored a webinar about treatments and clinical trials.
Screening Programs Save High-Risk People
Dr. Michael Goggins explains who should undergo regular pancreatic cancer screening and where programs can be found.
What Is Pancreatic Cancer?
Learn more about the main different types of pancreatic cancer–adenocarcinoma and pancreatic neuroendocrine tumors.
Diagnosing Pancreatic Cancer: Tests to Expect
Dr. Gobind Anand outlines the tests used to diagnose pancreatic cancer and what to expect if the disease is suspected.
Learn More About Qualifying for Clinical Trials
Dr. Anup Kasi provides in-depth information and answers questions about qualifying for pancreatic cancer clinical trials.
The Importance of Clinical Trials Webinar
The fourth Let’s Learn webinar features a discussion between patients and doctors about the value of clinical trials.
Tumor Staging and Pancreatic Cancer
What is tumor staging and how does it affect treatment? Dr. Shubham Pant helps explain how pancreatic cancer tumors are staged and graded.
Drafting Your Health Care Team
If you have pancreatic cancer, a treatment team of experts from across the medical profession will make sure you get the best care.
This Versus That: Words to Know
Confused about some of the similar-sounding terms you are hearing during pancreatic cancer treatment? Our list of words to know can help.
Eighteen Important Words to Know if You Have Pancreatic Cancer
When you start pancreatic cancer treatment it seems like everyone is speaking a language you don’t know. Here are 18 important words to help you along.