Pancreatic cancer is notoriously difficult to treat, and it involves multidisciplinary consultation with a variety of clinicians involved in multiple aspects of care. As new options emerge, there will be more opportunities to tailor care to the specific needs of each patient at each stage of treatment. Read more . . .
Recent advancements in systemic therapies are changing the treatment landscape for patients with pancreatic cancer. New therapeutics and treatment strategies are emerging, meaning more patients than ever are candidates for curative procedures.