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New Web site on Pancreas Cancer

Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center has been awarded the largest gift for pancreas cancer research in its history. The award was made possible by Albert P. “Skip” Viragh, Jr., a mutual fund leader, and a pancreas cancer patient treated at Johns Hopkins.  He died of the disease at age 62.  With this new gift, we established a new web site with up to date information on pancreatic cancer research, clinical trials, treatments and news.

View the Skip Viragh Pancreatic Cancer web site to watch patient stories, and hear about the latest research efforts from our experts.



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