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Pancreatic Cancer

Starving Pancreatic Cancer by Targeting Cell Metabolism

Media contact: Nicole Fawcett, 734-764-2220 | Patients may contact Cancer AnswerLine™, 800-865-1125
microscopic view of pancreatic cancer cells

Comprehending how pancreatic tumor cells thrive might be the key to new therapies and diagnostic tools.

The biochemical pathways and metabolic requirements that enable tumor survival and growth may be used to design targeted cancer therapies.

What makes pancreatic cancer tumors grow?

Media contact: Nicole Fawcett, 734-764-2220 | Patients may contact Cancer AnswerLine™, 800-865-1125
graphic of a pancreas

A metabolic cross-talk pathway between cancer and noncancer cells in pancreatic tumors delivers an alternative nutrient to the cancer cells, facilitating tumor growth.

Study challenges potential pancreatic cancer target

A protein thought to fuel pancreatic cancer development plays a much more complicated role, a new study finds. PDX1 is critical for cancer growth, but blocking it may lead to more aggressive tumors.

University of Michigan joins national effort to transform outcomes for pancreatic cancer patients

The University of Michigan Rogel Cancer Center is one of 12 sites to join Precision Promise, the first large-scale precision medicine trial designed to transform outcomes for patients with pancreatic cancer.

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