An Interview with Dr. Tyler Jacks
Dr. Tyler Jacks is one of the leading pancreatic cancer researchers. Read what he has to say about KRAS, organoids, and running a lab in a pandemic.
Pancreatic Cancer: 2018 Highlights And Looking Forward to 2019
Dr. Allyson Ocean leads an overview of the new treatments and protocol from 2018 as well as what are the next steps in treatment for 2019.
Picking the Right Team
Brigitte Régnier found a treatment team that was using an unusual approach of giving chemoradiation before surgery for pancreatic cancer.
The Promise of Organoids
Dr. Brian Wolpin explains how organoids are being used to develop personalized treatment for pancreatic cancer patients.
Predicting Effective Therapy in Pancreatic Cancer
Dr. Kenneth Yu is leading a clinical trial that looks at a pancreatic cancer patient’s pharmacogenomic profile, to see which chemotherapy works better.
Currently in the Fight, at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
A woman’s treatment for non-operable pancreatic cancer at Memorial Sloan Kettering includes FOLFIRINOX and stereotactic body radiation therapy.
Novel Drug Therapy Kills Pancreatic Cancer Cells by Reducing Levels of Antioxidants
New research finds that reducing antioxidants can help kill pancreatic cancer cells, suggesting a new direction for treatment.
Fighting Pancreatic Cancer in a Petri Dish
Dr. David Tuveson is growing pancreatic cancer tissue called organoids in the lab, to test which drugs will be most effective against a patient’s tumor.
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.