If you experience pancreatic troubles, it’s important to know the best method of care. Learn more about two specific procedures.
Doctors and researchers don’t know exactly what’s behind growing rates of pancreatic cancer, but new technologies and cancer treatments are reason for hope.
Pancreatic cancer is an aggressive cancer often diagnosed in advanced stages and difficult to treat. Doctors continue to strive for better patient outcomes.
Chronic pancreatitis can be a serious, painful disease, especially in children. But advances in genetics and unique surgical options are making it easier to treat kids with this condition—and detect their problem at earlier stages.
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