Society-Funded Researchers Take Aim at Pancreatic Cancer
Pancreatic cancer is a seemingly unbreachable tumor, earning it a decades-long ranking as one of the most difficult cancers to treat.
Annual Report: More Than a Million Cancer Deaths Avoided in 2 Decades
Newly published statistics from the American Cancer Society show that cancer death rates in the U.S. continue to decrease.
Researchers Make Discoveries in Fight against Pancreatic Cancer
New discoveries are giving researchers hope about the future of detection and treatment of pancreatic cancer, one of the most difficult cancers to find early and treat effectively.
FDA Approves 2 Drugs for Pancreatic Cancer
The US Food and Drug Administration has recently approved Sutent (sunitinib) and Afinitor (everolimus) to treat people with certain tumors in the pancreas that cannot be removed by surgery or that have spread to other parts of the body.
Heavy Drinking Linked to Pancreatic Cancer
Drinking 3 or more drinks per day may raise your risk of dying from pancreatic cancer, new research by the American Cancer Society shows.
Genetics, Signaling Paths Next Frontiers in Pancreatic Cancer Treatment
New treatment theories could offer new hope against pancreatic cancer,which has traditionally been difficult to treat.
Eating Charred, Well-done Meat May Increase Pancreatic Cancer Risk
Eating charred, well-done meat on a regular basis may increase your risk of pancreatic cancer by up to 60%, according to findings from a University of Minnesota study presented this week at the annual American Association of Cancer Research (AACR) meeting in Denver, Colorado.