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Articles That Discuss Pancreatic Cancer

Chemo BEFORE Surgically Removing Pancreatic Cancer

Neoadjuvant therapy (chemo before surgery) may improve overall survival in early stage pancreatic cancer patients. As always, the devil is in the details… Pancreatic cancer (PCa) is one of the, if

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Pancreatic Cancer Radiofrequency Technique Successful!

“At the present time the integration of Radiofrequency Ablation into the management of pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma is evolving…” To be fair, the article linked below talks about

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Pancreatic Cancer, Feverfew and Arsenic Trioxide

“The active ingredients in feverfew include parthenolide. There are no published in vivostudies of parthenolide or feverfew for humans with cancer. The parthenolide content of commercially available

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Pancreatic cancer- Alternative Therapy-

Conventional Oncology Considers Pancreatic Cancer To Be Incurable- I don’t… When a cancer patient is given a terminal diagnosis what is he/she supposed to do? When a cancer patient is given

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Experimental Biliary Cancer / Pancreatic Cancer Therapy

Researchers have had early success in laboratory studies of triphendiol and its effects on biliary cancers. They have found that the drug causes apoptosis, or cell death, in pancreatic and bile duct cancer

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Anti-Angiogenic Chemo- Pancreatic Cancer

A pill that cuts off the supply of nutrients to tumors shows promise for treating people with the rare type of pancreatic cancer “Doubled the length of time before their disease worsened”

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Neoadjuvant Therapy May Increase Resectability of Pancreatic Cancer


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