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- What does a pancreas do?
- What is cancer?
- What is pancreatic cancer and its types?
- What are pancreatic cancer causes and risk factors?
- What are pancreatic cancer symptoms and signs?
- How is the diagnosis of pancreatic cancer made?
- How is pancreatic cancer staged?
- What is the treatment for resectable pancreatic cancer?
- What is the treatment for locally advanced unresectable pancreatic cancer?
- What is the treatment for metastatic pancreatic cancer?
- What are the side effects of pancreatic cancer treatment?
- What is the survival rate with pancreatic cancer?
- What research is being done on pancreatic cancer?
- Is complimentary or alternative medicine effective in pancreatic cancer treatment?
- Is it possible to prevent pancreatic cancer?
- Where can people get support when coping with pancreatic cancer?
- Where can people find additional information about pancreatic cancer?
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Where can people get support when coping with pancreatic cancer?
There are many fine organizations helping to provide support for individuals and families battling pancreatic cancer. Many hospitals provide support networks utilizing the expertise of trained social workers with experience in caring for people with cancer. Additionally, the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network (PANCAN) and the American Cancer Society both provide information and support for people living with pancreatic cancer. Visit their web sites at http://www.pancan.org and http://www.cancer.org. Diet recommendations can be found at ACS Guidelines on Nutrition and Physical Activity for Cancer Prevention.
Where can people find additional information about pancreatic cancer?
Again, both PANCAN and the American Cancer Society are excellent resources for additional information regarding pancreatic cancer. The American Society of Clinical Oncology web site (http://www.cancer.net) also boasts a wealth of information for patients, family members, and professionals interesting in learning more about this disease.
American Cancer Society. "Pancreatic Cancer." Jan. 9, 2015.
Bailey, P., et al. "Genomic analyses identify molecular subtypes of pancreatic cancer." Nature. 24 Feb. 2016.
Coleman, JoAnn. "Nutrition Introduction." Johns Hopkins Medicine. The Sol Goldman Pancreatic Cancer Research Center. <http://pathology.jhu.edu/pancreas/
Fernandez-del Castillo, Carlos, et al. "Clinical manifestations, diagnosis, and staging of exocrine pancreatic cancer." UpToDate. 19 July 2013.
National Cancer Institute. "Pancreatic Cancer."