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Pancreatic Cancer Action Network is dedicated to advancing research, supporting patients & creating hope.
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PanCAN 14h
ATTN Tampa Bay locals: Online registration for closes tonight at midnight! Sign up before it's too late! Don't live in Florida? We've got an event near you. Find it here.
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PanCAN 17h
We are so grateful to have such a dedicated supporter and friend in . Thank you for all you do for the community.
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PanCAN 18h
Stage IV survivor Ken Harding was no longer seeing results from chemotherapy. But when molecular profiling showed rare genetic changes in his tumor, his treatment options expanded. Read on for how Ken found something that works.
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PanCAN 19h
Thank you to for your support! YOU are making a difference in the lives of patients and their families.
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PanCAN 19h
We are so thankful for our supporters in Congress who are dedicated to increasing federal funding for research!
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PanCAN Feb 25
. is committed to ensuring people of all backgrounds are aware of treatment options and have access to the best care. Call us today at 877-549-1817 for resources and information.
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PanCAN Feb 18
If you weren't able to catch our webinar on 2/5 where we discussed standard treatment approaches and clinical trials for with our co-host Eileen M. O'Reilly, MD from , you can find the recording here
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PanCAN Feb 18
Patient Central can provide a list of family tumor registries to contact as well as information about determining risk and surveillance/screening programs: (2/2)
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PanCAN Feb 18
After filling out a questionnaire, participants may be asked to provide a blood sample for further genetic analysis; family registries do not provide early detection for family members of patients. (1/2)
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PanCAN Feb 18
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Patient Central can provide a list of family tumor registries to contact as well as information about determining risk and surveillance/screening programs: (2/2)
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PanCAN Feb 18
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After filling out a questionnaire, participants may be asked to provide a blood sample for further genetic analysis; family registries do not provide early detection for family members of patients. (1/2)
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PanCAN Feb 18
Researchers hope that discoveries among families with increased incidence of will lead to improved understanding of this disease. Participants in the registries include patients and family members. (2/2)
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PanCAN Feb 18
Family tumor registries examine environmental agents, lifestyle habits, and/or history of with incidence of other cancers in the family. (1/2)
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PanCAN Feb 18
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Researchers hope that discoveries among families with increased incidence of will lead to improved understanding of this disease. Participants in the registries include patients and family members. (2/2)
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PanCAN Feb 18
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Family tumor registries examine environmental agents, lifestyle habits, and/or history of with incidence of other cancers in the family. (1/2)
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PanCAN Feb 18
An active focus of is developing a blood test to detect the disease in its earlier, more treatable stages. Read more (2/2)
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PanCAN Feb 18
There is ongoing research in genetic analysis, proteomics, biomarker identification and enhancements to current imaging techniques. Learn more about early detection research: (1/2)
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PanCAN Feb 18
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An active focus of is developing a blood test to detect the disease in its earlier, more treatable stages. Read more (2/2)
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PanCAN Feb 18
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There is ongoing research in genetic analysis, proteomics, biomarker identification and enhancements to current imaging techniques. Learn more about early detection research: (1/2)
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PanCAN Feb 18
Those concerned about risk can also ask if the hospital has a screening program/protocol for high risk individuals or if they suggest specific tests on a regular basis to screen for the disease. (2/2)
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