Pancreatic Cancer Can Mimic Other Health Problems
Cindy Lopez thought she had back problems, but she was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. Chemotherapy and radiation shrunk the tumor for surgery.
Discovering the Better Drug Treatment After Surgery for Pancreatic Cancer
A clinical trial compares two chemotherapy regimens to see which one is more effective at knocking out remaining cancer cells.
The Importance of Clinical Trials
Judith Goldring outlines her treatments for pancreatic cancer using a series of clinical trials, as her cancer progresses.
Personalizing Pancreatic Cancer Treatment
Dr. Mark Ricigliano takes a closer look at the genetics of circulating tumor cells, to personalize pancreatic cancer treatment for the best results.
Understanding Family History Makes a Difference in Treatment Options
Elizabeth Pršić describes her mother Andrea’s pancreatic cancer treatment. Andrea has the BRCA2 mutation, which helps determine the plan.
Combining Gene Therapy with Current First-line Treatments for Metastatic Pancreatic Cancer
Gene therapy combined with standard first-line chemotherapy treatment forms a clinical trial for metastatic pancreatic cancer.
A 10-Year Survivor’s Story
Howard Ebert, a 10-year survivor of pancreatic cancer, describes his treatment. He underwent surgery and then chemotherapy and radiation.
Clinical Trials Offer Hope to Patients and Clinicians Seeking a Cure
Philip Zeblisky describes his treatment for stage IV pancreatic cancer. He looked for clinical trials to find the best treatment.