Cancer Commons and xCures Hope to Use Real-World Data to Improve Care
Lola Rahib and Patrick van der Valk explain how Cancer Commons and xCures are using real-world data to improve care for future patients.
Pancreatic Cancer Science—2021 in Review
As the year winds down Let’s Win provides an overall look at the highlights of 2021 in pancreatic cancer science.
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.
A Year in Review: 2020
In March 2020, life as we knew it changed. The way we work, the way we gather, the way we each live our daily lives all felt upended, seemingly overnight. The global pandemic of COVID-19 affected everything, including cancer care and research. COVID-19 brought new risks to cancer patients, whose immune systems are compromised from […]
Canadian Study NeoPancONE Focuses on Biomarker Validation
Dr. Jennifer Knox is leading the NeoPancONE trial for a biomarker that indicates which patients will respond better to certain chemotherapy before surgery.
Taking a Systems Biology Approach to Find a New Pancreatic Cancer Target
Dr. Andrea Califano is using systems biology and cell regulators to find new targets in the search for ways to stop pancreatic cancer cells.
Pancreatic Cancer Patients in the UK Benefit From Unique Precision Medicine Project
Dr. David Chang explains the Precision Panc initiative, a program through the UK’s NHS that helps pancreatic cancer patients find treatments.
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.
Molecular Sequencing Leads to Customized Treatment
When Florida resident Doron Broman was diagnosed with stage IV pancreatic cancer, his decision to get treated in Boston gave him access a PARP inhibitor for maintenance.
Laurie MacCaskill is a long-term survivor of pancreatic cancer. She followed a personalized treatment plan, and focused her energy on remaining optimistic.
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.
This Is What It’s Like To Live With Pancreatic Cancer
Anne Glauber tells Prevention magazine about her pancreatic cancer treatment and how she lives each day to the fullest in this inspiring article.