Robert Hessler used the lessons he learned as a recovering alcoholic to help him through the challenges of a Whipple procedure.
Researchers are testing a new drug that better-allows chemotherapy to penetrate the tumor microenvironment of pancreatic cancer.
A clinical trial looks at whether molecular subtyping of tumors is effective in determining the best pancreatic cancer treatment.
Should patients get chemotherapy or chemoradiation before surgery? Dr. Matthew Katz provides an update on the Alliance study.
Will a flexible approach to neoadjuvant treatment work better for pancreatic cancer patients with tumors that can be removed surgically?
When you start pancreatic cancer treatment it seems like everyone is speaking a language you don’t know. Here are 18 important words to help you along.
Researchers are studying whether peritoneal washing after pancreatic cancer surgery decreases recurrence of the cancer by removing stray cancer cells.
Dr. Ryan Nipp is exploring the value of supportive oncology care at home for pancreatic cancer patients in a pilot clinical trial.
Dr. Deirdre Cohen discusses clinical trials that aim to improve the effectiveness of immunotherapy for pancreatic cancer.
After a pancreatic cancer diagnosis, former basketball coach and GM Rob Babcock realized his best chance was with clinical trials.
Multicenter Trial Focuses on Neoadjuvant Treatment for Borderline Resectable and Locally Advanced Disease
Dr. David Ryan outlines a new trial for pre-surgical pancreatic cancer treatment combining a blood pressure drug, immunotherapy, standard care and SBRT.