May 26, 2016

Surgery in Advanced Pancreatic Cancer Can Improve Survival, Says Mayo Study

By Kelsey Mohring
With few early signs and symptoms, pancreatic cancer is really hard to detect and even harder to treat. But Mayo Clinic's newest research is giving pancreatic cancer patients precious years, and new hope. Mayo's aggressive, multimodal therapy approach - incorporating chemotherapy, radiation and surgery - has been successful in significantly improving survival in a small number of patients; and experts say it has the potential to revolutionize the field. Learn more about the details of the study.
 
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Surgery in Advanced Pancreatic Cancer Can Improve Survival, Says Mayo Study
Surgery in Advanced Pancreatic Cancer Can Improve Survival, Says Mayo Study | Mayo Clinic Connect
With few early signs and symptoms, pancreatic cancer is really hard to detect and even harder to treat.


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