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Unmet Needs in Inoperable Pancreatic Cancer

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Michael Chuong, MD, radiation oncologist and medical director of proton therapy and MRI-guided therapy at Miami Cancer Institute discusses the unmet needs for the treatment of inoperable pancreatic cancer.


Radiation therapy is a main part of care for this patient population as it improves tumor control opposed to just chemotherapy alone. Using this treatment for patients with inoperable pancreatic cancer has the potential to lead to prolonged overall survival and improve the prognosis of these patients. Read more . . . 

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