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Diagnosed With Pancreatic Cancer?

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Site-Specific Chemo-Pancreatic Cancer For Surgical Removal

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In a study of laboratory models of pancreatic cancer (PC), the researchers found the “site-specific chemo approach” was 12 times more effective in reducing tumor size than traditional IV drug treatment

A diagnosis of pancreatic cancer forces the patient to face several challenges.

  • First, conventional oncology can offer you little hope. ¬†You must think outside of conventional (FDA approved) oncology box-
  • Secondly, surgically removing your tumor offers you best hope of a cure-
  • Thirdly, evidence-based integrative therapies such as curcumin have been shown repeatedly to enhance the efficacy of conventional chemotherapy-

The article linked and excerpted below offers a delivery system that addresses two of the three issues above. I am a cancer survivor who lives in complete remission with the help of integrative therapies such as curcumin. Research and experience has taught me that patients facing aggressive cancers such as pancreatic cancer must utilize the full spectrum of evidence-based therapies be they conventional or non-conventional.

Please take a moment to watch the short video below in order to learn more about some of these therapies:

 

I am a survivor of an “incurable” cancer and cancer coach. Have you been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer? Scroll down the page, post a question or comment and I will reply to you ASAP.

Thank you,

David Emerson

  • Cancer Survivor
  • Cancer Coach
  • Director PeopleBeatingCancer

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Site-specific chemotherapy treatment could bring new hope to pancreatic cancer patients

“A team of researchers from Massachusetts General Hospital and MIT have developed an innovative new strategy for treating PC with an implantable mesh patch designed to deliver chemotherapy drugs directly to the cancer site

A big challenge in treating PC comes from its location in the body, Ligorio explained. The pancreas is buried between the stomach and spine, and surrounded by tissue, organs and nerves. This makes pancreatic tumors both painful and difficult to remove by surgery, especially if they have spread into surrounding tissues…

If it is not possible to shrink the size of a pancreatic tumor to the size where surgical removal is possible, the prognosis for patients is grim. Only 8% of pancreatic cancer patients will survive for longer than five years without surgery

In a study of laboratory models of PC, the researchers found this approach was 12 times more effective in reducing tumor size than traditional IV drug treatment…”

 

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