November 24, 2021

Pancreatic cancer survival rates have gradually improved over the past couple of decades. But there’s still much unknown about the cancer, and most cases are caught at later stages.

This week, during Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month, we are talking to Dr. Addison Tolentino, oncologist at Saint Luke’s Cancer Institute, about how genetic testing is expanding treatment options and a new screening test on the horizon that’s exciting doctors.

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