I have just been diagnosed.
What should I do?
Find comprehensive explanations of different treatments, procedures, and questions to ask while facing major decisions and a very serious disease.
Learn more about the main different types of pancreatic cancer–adenocarcinoma and pancreatic neuroendocrine tumors.
Dr. Gobind Anand outlines the tests used to diagnose pancreatic cancer and what to expect if the disease is suspected.
What is tumor staging and how does it affect treatment? Dr. Shubham Pant helps explain how pancreatic cancer tumors are staged and graded.
If you have pancreatic cancer, a treatment team of experts from across the medical profession will make sure you get the best care.
Confused about some of the similar-sounding terms you are hearing during pancreatic cancer treatment? Our list of words to know can help.
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.
Dr. Jingxin Qiu explains the role of pathology in grading a tumor and staging cancer, to help patients understand the pancreatic cancer diagnosis.
What is pancreatic cancer prognosis? Dr. Joshua Lakin of Harvard explains how prognosis works, and ways to possibly defy the odds when facing a slow recovery.
Do you want to better understand your pancreatic cancer treatment? Dr. Andrew Hendifar outlines important questions to ask before starting chemotherapy.
Dr. Gauri Varadhachary outlines the important questions to ask when you start treatment with surgery, chemotherapy, or radiation for pancreatic cancer.
Dr. Pamela Hodul explains some of the different types of pancreatic neuroendocrine tumor (PNET) and how rare they are, and some treatment options.
Have you or someone you love just been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer? Learn some basic facts about this disease from our FAQ.
An oncologist, surgeon, and nurse advocate give their recommendations if you are newly diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.