Two new clinical trials show a good outlook for early-stage pancreatic cancer if treated with surgery. In one trial, patients on a multi-drug regimen chemotherapy lived longer after surgery than those on single-dose chemotherapy. In the other trial, patients given chemotherapy and radiation before surgery lived longer than patients who only received chemotherapy after surgery. These important trials will add new treatment options for patients with early-stage pancreatic cancer.
“Altering Chemotherapy Improves Outcomes in Early-Stage Pancreatic Cancer was originally published by the National Cancer Institute.”
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