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Following evidence that bacteria can travel from the gut to play a role in pancreatic cancer, a new study finds that the same is true of fungi.
Why does pancreatic cancer spread? The answer may lie in a previously unknown set of molecules that help cancer cells shape the environment around tumors.
Researchers have found a way to 'disguise' anticancer drugs in order to safely deliver higher doses to tumors. This approach was successful in mouse models.
Floating poop is not usually a cause for concern when it happens occasionally. Gas and dietary changes are common culprits. However, some medical issues, such as malabsorption and infections, can also cause floating stool. Learn more about the possible causes and when to see a doctor here.
Using a mouse model that "faithfully mimics" human pancreatic cancer, researchers have found a gene that wholly prevents the disease when knocked out.
Presentation by Jonathan R. Brody, PhD, J. Wallace Davis and Gail G. Davis Professor of Surgery and Director, Division of Surgical Research
Presentation by Harish Lavu, MD, FACS, Associate Professor of Surgery and Section Chief of Hepatopancreatobiliary Surgery
Presentation by Theresa P. Yeo, PhD, MPH, MSN, AOCNP, Adjunct Associate Professor and Co-Director, Jefferson Pancreas Tumor Registry
Presentation by Flemming Forsberg, PhD, FAIUM, FAIMBE, Professor of Radiology
Walking into a New Year... sometimes we just need to look at the next day, or even simply the next step. May it be a step of hope, of peace, of purpose...
Today is the day to download a FREE Kindle copy of our book, Finding Grace in the Shadow Valley! Just a bit of happy news to share this first Sunday of the New Year!
Welcoming 2020 with a Heart full of Hope
Giving myself permission to feel the grief and the joy of this Holy season... May you find Blessing in the goodness of God wherever you are this Christmas Eve night.
The healing work of tears, of family, of hope along the grieving road... Missing dad like crazy and finding unexpected blessings in the legacy he left.