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Medical Program: New Treatment Approaches for Historically Inoperable Pancreatic Cancers

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New Treatment Approaches for Historically Inoperable Pancreatic Cancers

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    About a third of the 55,000 Americans diagnosed with pancreatic cancer each year were considered inoperable due to the tumor growing outside the pancreas. But now, that conventional wisdom is being challenged with the release of data from a recent study, as Dr. Chee-Chee Stucky, a surgical oncologist from Mayo Clinic, explains.

    For more information about referring a patient to Mayo Clinic, please visit mayoclinic.org and for continuing medical education opportunities visit ce.mayo.edu.

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    Image: Mayo Foundation For Medical Education and Research. All Rights Reserved. 

    About a third of the 55,000 Americans diagnosed with pancreatic cancer each year were considered inoperable due to the tumor growing outside the pancreas. But now, that conventional wisdom is being challenged with the release of data from a recent study, as Dr. Chee-Chee Stucky, a surgical oncologist from Mayo Clinic, explains.

    For more information about referring a patient to Mayo Clinic, please visit mayoclinic.org and for continuing medical education opportunities visit ce.mayo.edu.

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