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New Procedure Gives Hope to those Battling Pancreatic Cancer

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Rush University Medical Center is the first hospital in the world to try a new treatment for pancreatic cancer.

It’s a cancer that is usually diagnosed at its latest stages.

Molton Turner, 75, knows he’s lucky to be alive. Almost one year ago, he was diagnosed with inoperable pancreatic cancer. Now, he is praising god and a new surgical technique for giving him a second chance. Read more . . .

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