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The Johns Hopkins Precision Medicine Center of Excellence for Pancreatic Cancer program researches new early detection standards using family history, gene sequencing and lifestyle choices. After diagnosis, they individualize treatment for each patient using the latest research on vaccines and immunotherapy, chemotherapy, radiation and surgical techniques.

 

Multidisciplinary Treatment and Research for Pancreatic Cancer

Questions we're asking that inform us on how to best care for patients include:
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Immunotherapy

How can we best use the GVAX pancreatic cancer vaccine to supercharge the immune system?

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Radiation

How can we improve the standards of surgical care by using Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy for Pancreas Cancer?

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Pathology and Biopsy

How can we diagnose pancreatic cancer earlier?

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Surgery

How can we perform pancreatic cancer surgeries more precisely and less invasively?

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Chemotherapy

What combination of chemotherapy is most effective?

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Precision Imaging

How can we stage pancreatic cancer more precisely?

 

Patient Care for Pancreatic Cancer

The research we do directly impacts the treatment options available to our patients. Find out more about patient care for pancreatic cancer at the Pancreatic Cancer Multidisciplinary Clinic.

The Johns Hopkins Hospital
401 North Broadway
Baltimore, MD 21231

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Clinical Trials

With unparalleled expertise in pancreas cancer care, our experts offer the most advanced knowledge through promising clinical trials tailored to each patient’s care. We offer clinical trials not only with therapies made by pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, but, also with experimental therapies developed by Johns Hopkins pancreas cancer physician-scientists and laboratory researchers.

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