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What Is “Standard of Care”?

“Standard of care” is defined as the treatment process or processes accepted by medical experts as proper for a certain type of disease. A treatment that is standard of care is widely used by healthcare professionals. The National Comprehensive Cancer Network publishes these guidelines in versions for medical professionals and patients. Follow the link below to read more about what are considered first-line and second-line treatments for pancreatic cancer.

Learn more about how standard of care has changed by reading “The Pancreatic Standard of Care is No Longer So Standard.”

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