Items Tagged ‘non-metastatic’

June 24th, 2015

“Boosted” Radiation Dose May Make Some Pancreatic Cancers Resectable

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Because of its location, cancers on the pancreas may invade and wrap around nearby veins and arteries in the abdomen. When these vessels become involved, surgery to remove the cancer, which is typically the standard treatment, becomes significantly more difficult and sometimes impossible. Researchers at Fox Chase Cancer Center have identified a way to safely […]

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Tags: neoadjuvant therapy, News, non-metastatic, Pancreatic Cancer, radiation, Stages I-III Pancreatic Cancer