Andy Seynaeve has undergone many rounds of chemotherapy but he has had a great response. Best of all, he has hope.
Diagnosing Pancreatic Cancer: Tests to Expect
Dr. Gobind Anand outlines the tests used to diagnose pancreatic cancer and what to expect if the disease is suspected.
Surveillance Improves Outcomes for High-Risk Patients
Dr. Michael Goggins provides results for the CAPS5 pancreatic cancer surveillance and screening study for patients at high risk.
Finding More Clues about Circulating Tumor DNA
Researcher Dr. Gehan Botrus looks at circulating tumor DNA for genetic information on a patient’s pancreatic cancer to personalize treatment.
Tumor Staging and Pancreatic Cancer
What is tumor staging and how does it affect treatment? Dr. Shubham Pant helps explain how pancreatic cancer tumors are staged and graded.
Eighteen Important Words to Know if You Have Pancreatic Cancer
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.
Questions to Ask Before You Begin Chemotherapy
Do you want to better understand your pancreatic cancer treatment? Dr. Andrew Hendifar outlines important questions to ask before starting chemotherapy.
What You Should Know About Pancreatic Cysts
Dr. V. Raman Muthusamy explains the difference between pancreatic cysts and pancreatic cancer, and tells you which types of cysts may have cancer potential.
Scanxiety—A Nearly Universal Experience Among Cancer Patients
Social worker Lauren Shaffer provides tips and insights into managing scanxiety, the worry that accompanies follow-up scans and tests for cancer patients.
Early Detection Makes All the Difference
Carolynn Kiel lost her mother and sister to pancreatic cancer. Regular screening allowed early detection of her pancreatic cancer.
Can a Pancreatic Cancer Screening Test Become a Reality?
Dr. Felice Schnoll-Sussman discusses screening options for pancreatic cancer and criteria for people who might want to get screened.