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Use of Machine Learning Algorithms and Highly Multiplexed Immunohistochemistry to Perform In-Depth Characterization of Primary Pancreatic Tumors and Metastatic Sites

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Pancreatic cancer is currently the third leading cause of cancer death and projected to be the second by 2030.

Metastatic pancreatic cancer, the most common form of the disease, has a dismal 3% five-year survival rate. However, understanding of the metastatic disease and particularly the metastatic tumor microenvironment (TME), which includes all non-cancerous cells in and around the tumor, has remained limited. The well-documented impact of the TME on cancer cell proliferation, chemoresistance, and patient survival in the primary tumors, indicates that the study of the microenvironment in metastatic cancer is integral to treating advanced patients. Read more . . .


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