A New Way to Fight a Previously 'Inoperable' Pancreatic Cancer

10:00 EDT 30 May 2019 |

THURSDAY, May 30, 2019 -- A new treatment protocol for locally advanced pancreatic cancer can enable surgical removal of previously inoperable tumors and improve survival rates, according to a new study. "Locally advanced" pancreatic cancer is...

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