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Biomarkers for Cancer on the Pancreas

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    Because there are no early stage symptoms for pancreatic cancer, diagnosis is often delayed until after the cancer has metastasized. The search for a clue to the onset of this disease is a priority. Dr. David C. Whitcomb, professor of medicine, chief of gastroenterology and medical director of the Comprehensive Pancreas Program at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine discusses the latest biomarkers for cancer on the pancreas with host Dr. Mark DeLegge.

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    Because there are no early stage symptoms for pancreatic cancer, diagnosis is often delayed until after the cancer has metastasized. The search for a clue to the onset of this disease is a priority. Dr. David C. Whitcomb, professor of medicine, chief of gastroenterology and medical director of the Comprehensive Pancreas Program at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine discusses the latest biomarkers for cancer on the pancreas with host Dr. Mark DeLegge.

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Schedule19 Oct 2021