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Category Archives: Pancreatic Cancer

Do Women Respond More Favorably Than Men to the FOLFIRINOX Regimen in Advanced Cancer of the Pancreas ?

We have come across an interesting recent finding from researchers in Austria. Greil and colleagues from the Paracelsus Medical University in Salzburg, have published the results of their work which will officially come out in the January issue of the International Journal of Oncology. These findings appear to suggest that the female gender may be […]

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Is CA125 a Better Marker than CA 19-9 for Resectability in Cancer of the Pancreas ?

Color this finding: curious (and consequently interesting). Chinese researchers in Shanghai including Yu and colleagues at Fudan University published recent research findings in the December issue of the Journal of Gastrointestinal Surgery, the official periodical of the Society for Surgery of the Alimentary Tract.  They reviewed the results of a number of potential serum tumor […]

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Salivary Fluid Markers for Cancer of the Pancreas: the Evidence Mounts

However counterintuitive, the association between saliva and the dental environment AND pancreatic cancer continues to garner highly interesting research.  One team lead by David T. Wong and colleagues at the Dental Research Institute of the UCLA School of Dentistry in Los Angeles, California first came to our attention per the Pancreatica blog on 6/23 of […]

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