DIRECT Study Focuses on NanoKnife Technology
Dr. Daniel Holzwanger is part of the NanoKnife irreversible electroporation (IRE) study for stage III pancreatic cancer patients.
Chemotherapy Plus Minimally Invasive Surgery for Pancreatic Cancer
Researchers want to know if irreversible electroporation (IRE) makes it easier for chemotherapy to reach pancreatic cancer cells.
Adding A Noninvasive Surgical Technique to Standard Treatment for Locally Advanced Pancreatic Cancer
A clinical trial compares standard treatment plus irreversible electroporation to standard treatment alone for locally advanced pancreatic cancer.
A Longer Plan with Treatment Options
Susan Riddle had chemotherapy and radiation before she qualified for NanoKnife treatment, all to control her pancreatic cancer.
Noninvasive Surgery and a New Drug to Stop Pancreatic Tumors
A clinical trial combines irreversible electroporation (IRE) and immunotherapy to see if the duo is effective against locally advanced pancreatic cancer.
Luck, Grit, and Support
Joel Weiss had to travel from his home in Toronto to New York City to get the NanoKnife treatment he wanted for his pancreatic cancer.
The Relatively New Procedure of Irreversible Electroporation Has Given Me Time
When chemotherapy and radiation stopped working, Leslie Wineberg was glad to qualify for irreversible electroporation (IRE).
Electrical Pulses to Destroy Pancreatic Cancer Cells
A clinical trial looks the effectiveness of NanoKnife surgery on pancreatic cancer tumors that cannot be removed by traditional surgery.
Going Place-to-Place to Find the Treatments I Wanted
David Shell traveled around to a number of doctors and hospitals at different stages of his treatment to be able to get surgery to remove his tumor.