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Optimizing Treatment in Patients With Resectable Pancreatic Cancer

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Vincent Picozzi, MD, director of the Pancreas Center of Excellence, Digestive Disease Institute, Virginia Mason Medical Center, discusses treatment for patients with pancreatic cancer who undergo surgery. Overall, the landscape lacks data on how to optimally sequence chemotherapy in patients with resectable disease.
In general, Picozzi says these patients are treated according to a specific predesignated treatment protocol. The most common treatment for these patients is to first receive chemotherapy, then chemoradiation followed by surgery. Watch here …

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