The Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins offers a Pancreas Multidisciplinary Cancer Clinic every Tuesday.
PancMD Video Series
Education...Diagnosis...Treatment...Research...a bundle of knowledge in a one-day clinic and evaluation like no other. The PancMD video series introduces you to the Johns Hopkins experts who gather their knowledge and expertise for patients in the Pancreatic Cancer Multidisciplinary Clinic.
Make an Appointment
Patients should call 410-933-PANC (7262) to make an appointment.
Johns Hopkins expert Daniel Laheru, M.D. discusses patient cases
with the team to develop individualized treatment plans.
Pancreatic cancer experts across many disciplines dedicate themselves to meeting with patients, diagnosing and discussing their cancers and creating personalized treatment plans. This one-day clinic offers a complete, comprehensive examination, including imaging tests such as CT scans, by some of the top cancer experts in the country. Our clinic brings together medical and radiation oncologists, surgeons, radiologists, pathologists, nutritionists and others to educate patients about their options. We also provide summaries to your primary care or referring physician.
The clinic is best suited to the following types of patients:
- Those with newly diagnosed or suspected pancreatic cancer who have had no treatment so far
- Those who have been informed they have locally advanced - not resectable (not removable and non-metastatic cancer) or borderline resectable (may be resected/removed but could result in an incomplete resection) pancreatic cancer
- Patients who had surgery for pancreatic cancer and have not started any chemotherapy and/or radiation therapy