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DNA Epigenetic Changes for the Earlier Diagnosis of Cancer of the Pancreas

In an absolutely remarkable, fascinating and possible game-changing study, Joo Mi Yi and Nita Ahuja and colleagues (primarily) from Johns Hopkins University have identified a “panel” of biomarkers based on DNA methylation of two relatively obscure genes (that can be identified in serum) for use, at least at an experimental level at this stage, for […]

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Tarceva Plus Gemcitabine After Surgery for Cancer of the Pancreas?

Gress and colleagues from the University of Marburg in Germany published the results of a Phase II trial in the October issue of the Annals of Oncology, the official journal of the European Society for Medical Oncology. They did a prospective multi-center study of 76 patients over a two-year period which offered the adjuvant regimen […]

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Three Things that Aren’t True About Pancreatic Cancer

  “Half the lies they tell about me aren’t true.”    -Yogi Berra   There are legitimate controversies in pancreatic cancer.  Often over time, the pendulum can swing to one side or the other of a scientific conflict – as new evidence supports a contention or not.  Sometimes, with a greater understanding of the complexity of […]

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