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Category Archives: Pancreatic Cancer Surgical Treatment

Prolonged Duration of Neoadjuvant Treatment May Confer Big Benefits in Cancer of the Pancreas

The move away from surgical diagnosis to radiographic criteria in many and now even most efforts at the staging of cancer of the pancreas carries a number of somewhat unspoken but profound consequences, one being efforts to find ways to downstage the diagnosis so as to profitably utilize surgery in locally advanced and borderline resectable […]

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FOLFIRINOX as Neoadjuvant Therapy for Cancer of the Pancreas

The idea behind treating surgically unresectable and borderline resectable pancreatic cancer with chemotherapy or chemoradiation is that some minority of cases will thereupon improve to the point of now being deemed amenable to surgery, with its typically more favorable outcome.  This is generally the point then of so-called neoadjuvant therapy. As the 5-FU based four-drug […]

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The Whipple Procedure in Elderly Patients with Pancreatic Cancer

One of the interesting aspects of the cutting edge of medicine and science as observed over the years is the pendulum swing as new discoveries are made and conclusions rendered, only later to become modified and placed in better context by further research. A case in point is the increasing trend of research results that […]

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