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Category Archives: Medical Research

Electroporation for the Treatment of Locally Advanced Cancer of the Pancreas

Nilsson and colleagues from Uppsala University in Sweden in an interesting Phase I pilot study evaluated the irreversible electroporation procedure for the treatment of locally advanced (ostensibly unresectable) pancreatic cancer, publishing the results in the January 2014 issue of the journal, Anticancer Research. Cells are the fundamental unit of biological life. And we know that […]

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MiRNAs Acting in Concert Impede PDCD4 and Related Genes in Pancreatic Cancer

Writing a pancreatic cancer blog is interesting. Research questions seem limited only by the level of imagination of researchers. We have addressed in our Pancreatica Blog a small body of research related to MicroRNA (MiRNA) work primarily related to seeking patterns that may aid in the eventual earlier diagnosis or even screening for pancreatic cancer: […]

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Including Grade Status Marker Levels in the Staging of Neuroendocrine Tumors

In a sense, the pancreatic cancer research underlying this blog posting is a bookend to the one that we discussed here in the Pancreatica Blog about a month ago.  Then, researchers had incorporated the Ki-67 cell proliferation marker into a standard Tumor-Node-Metastasis system (American Joint Committee on Cancer – AJCC) to see if the novel […]

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