Pancreatic Cancer Diagnosis, Prevention, and Treatment
The Pancreas Center is committed to highly coordinated, compassionate, and dedicated patient care.
Here, some of the best practitioners in every medical discipline collaborate to meet the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment needs of each patient.
This is why patients come to us from all over the world.
The Pancreas Center provides outstanding medical care, undertakes breakthrough research, pioneers prevention, educates patients and clinicians, and trains physicians to become experts in the treatment of pancreatic cancer.
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Jan Hilgeman's Story
"Stage IV." As always, Dr. Sherman didn't mince words. I was 51 years old and already several weeks into chemotherapy treatments for pancreatic cancer when I finally asked him exactly what stage my cancer was. Of course I knew the diagnosis and that it wasn't all that early, but I certainly didn't expect to hear it hadn't been caught as early as I had hoped and assumed. I had never had any health issues at all ever. My grandparents lived well into their 80s and 90s and my parents are in their 80s now and for the most part healthy and vibrant. And really I felt fine...it all just seemed so implausible and surreal.
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Pancreas Center Team
Update! Dr. Fine Presents Findings of CAPTEM Benefits for Neuroendocrine Tumors
November is Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month: Click here for a full month of special articles, videos, and more.
Dr. Chabot removes champion swimmer's pancreatic tumor via robotic surgery; patient resumes practice 1 week later.
Monthly Nutrition Blog Deb Gerszberg, RD, CNSC, CDN
Faculty Spotlight: Fay Kastrinos, MD Gastroenterologist
Pancreatic Cancer Support Group
September 9, 2013
2013 Gigi Shaw Arledge Conference on Pancreatic Disease
Ruth Leff Siegel Pancreatic Cancer Research Prize Awarded
Dr. Fine publishes research on new approach to targeting pancreatic cancer cells.
January 3, 2013
Update on the Recalcitrant Cancer Research Act
Annual Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Day