This New Tech Allows Scientists to Observe The Natural Behavior of Pancreatic Cancer Cells

According to a story from EurekAlert! a cell culture platform developed by scientists associated with Hokkaido University will allow researchers to record and observe the natural behaviors of cancer cells.…

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What Killed Aretha Franklin? An In-Depth Look at Pancreatic Neuroendocrine Tumors
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What Killed Aretha Franklin? An In-Depth Look at Pancreatic Neuroendocrine Tumors

On August 16th, 2018, Aretha Franklin, the "Queen of Soul," passed away at age 76. Aretha will be immortalized for generations because of the success of her classic soul ballads…

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American Society for Clinical Oncology’s Annual Meeting: Summary of Rare Cancer Findings
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American Society for Clinical Oncology’s Annual Meeting: Summary of Rare Cancer Findings

According to a story from currentargus.com, the annual meeting of the American Society for Clinical Oncology, which takes place in Chicago, is the largest convergence dedicated to cancer research in…

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More Aggressive Chemo Regimen Improves Outcomes of Pancreatic Cancer Patients After Surgery
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More Aggressive Chemo Regimen Improves Outcomes of Pancreatic Cancer Patients After Surgery

According to a story from toweroncology.com, a recent study has revealed that a more aggressive chemotherapy could be significantly more effective for patients with pancreatic cancer after surgery in comparison…

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