Biological markers associated with high-risk pancreatic lesions

Pancreatic cancer affects approximately 46,000 people each year in the United States and ranks fourth among the leading causes of cancer-related deaths. Only about 6 percent of individuals with pancreatic cancer will live five years after their diagnosis. One reason for this high mortality rate is the lack of effective tools to detect pancreatic cancer early enough to allow its surgical removal. Now researchers are now one step closer to devising an approach to detect pancreatic cancer earlier. —> Read More Here


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