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High-volume, NCI-Designated Centers Not Associated with Greater Value in Pancreatic Cancer Care

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High-value care appeared associated with important patient, tumor and treatment characteristics among patients with early-stage pancreatic cancer who underwent curative resection, according to results of a retrospective study published in JAMA Surgery.

NCI-designated and high-volume centers, however, did not appear associated with greater value, suggesting a need for targeted measures to increase value at these centers, researchers noted. Read more . . .

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