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Mayo Clinic discovers 'new pathway' against pancreatic cancer

...e that controls the growth, spread and survival of pancreatic cancer cells. This is a critical first step towar...loping new and better treatments for patients with pancreatic cancer. "This is a very exciting -- and surprising -- finding," says Daniel Billadeau, Ph.D., lead a...

USC/Norris oncologists test new front-line therapy for pancreatic cancer

...re testing the effectiveness of a new drug against pancreatic cancer that targets the cancer from two directions...ith gemcitabine, today's standard chemotherapy for pancreatic cancer. Heinz-Josef Lenz, M.D., associate professor of medicine at the Keck School of Medicine of US...

Elevated glucose levels and diabetes are associated with increased risk for cancer

... By cancer site, the association was strongest for pancreatic cancer, comparing the highest and lowest stratums (91 percent increased risk in men; more than twice the risk for women). Significant associations were also found for cancers of the esophagus, liver, and colon/rectum in men and of the liver and cervi...

Study investigates value of 'center of excellence' designation

...as observed in patients treated with cystectomy or pancreatic resection at either type of institution. Among patients surviving surgery, however, five-year survival rates for all six procedures did not differ significantly between NCI-designated cancer centers and control cancer centers for any of the procedur...

Chemicals found in cherries may help fight diabetes

...diabetes. In early laboratory studies using animal pancreatic cells, the chemicals, called anthocyanins, increased insulin production by 50 percent, according to a peer-reviewed study scheduled to appear in the Jan. 5 issue of the American Chemical Society's Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry . ACS is ...

Jefferson scientists find way to see breast cancer activity from outside the body

...t also be able to use for early diagnosis, such as pancreatic cancer, prostate cancer and colon cancer." In 200...tudying other known cancer genes, such as K-RAS in pancreatic cancer....

Determining which pancreatic cancers are treatable

...) scan is just as successful in predicting whether pancreatic cancer is treatable surgically as a more invasive ...f Internal Medicine. Approximately 30,700 cases of pancreatic cancer are diagnosed annually in the United States. Each year approximately 30,000 people in this c...

Smoking triggers early onset of pancreatic cancer

...tients with an inherited genetic predisposition to pancreatic cancer. The authors of the report say the findings...ongly counseling patients with a family history of pancreatic cancer to avoid smoking. The study will be published in the December 15, 2004 issue of CANCER, a pee...

New tool reveals molecular signature of cancer and HIV

...from HIV patients, and fluid from cancer patients' pancreatic ducts. Single mutations in colon cancer cells and ...ene were detected in duct fluid samples from three pancreatic cancer patients, which also corresponded to mutations found in their tumors. LigAmp also located a d...

Posssible link between diabetes and liver cancer found

Diabetics could face a higher risk of both pancreatic and liver cancer, according to a Universit de Mont...e. While the association between diabetes and both pancreatic and liver cancer has been previously documented, the researchers accounted for many factors unavaila...

M. D. Anderson receives SPORE grant for melanoma research

...most advanced form is as deadly as brain, lung and pancreatic cancers, with 80 percent of patients dying within ... for leukemia and endometrial cancers, and one for pancreatic cancer. ...

'Hedgehog' signal distinguishes lethal from localized prostate cancers

...s also active in some cancers, including prostate, pancreatic and stomach cancers and the brain tumor medullobla...hog signal is involved in other cancers, including pancreatic and stomach cancers and medulloblastoma, a childhood brain cancer, is still being worked out. Critic...

Hospital standards for high-risk surgeries save lives

... Leapfrog has set standards for five procedures: pancreatic surgery, esophageal surgery, open heart surgery, p... save 356 lives. To meet standards for pancreatic resection, surgery to remove the pancreas, hospitals must perform 11 or more each year. Similarly, h...

Latest results from international islet transplant study confirm potential patient benefits

...ovide further confirmation that transplantation of pancreatic islet cells can safely and effectively eliminate the need for daily insulin injections in patients with type 1 diabetes. The expanded results, encompassing the entire cohort of 36 patients enrolled in the trial also confirms that the technique can be...

Dartmouth researchers advance fight against pancreatic cancer

...ve produced promising results in the fight against pancreatic cancer, one of the most deadly and aggressive form...s targeting some of the most challenging traits of pancreatic tumor cell growth, researchers from Dartmouth Medical School (DMS) and the Norris Cotton Cancer Cent...

Study shows opioid growth factor safe for treatment of pancreatic cancer

...ears to be safe and non-toxic for the treatment of pancreatic cancer, and shows signs of arresting pancreatic cancer cell growth in patients, Penn State College of Medicine researchers report. "Our previous lab...

Other highlights in the April 7 JNCI

...d with an increase or a decrease in mortality from pancreatic cancer, a new study has found. Previous epidemiolo...ing a possible association between aspirin use and pancreatic cancer risk. Eric J. Jacobs, Ph.D., of the American Cancer Society, and colleagues examined self-rep...

Latest cancer research features small molecule therapy, and the preventative benefits of sunshine

...he small molecule inhibited growth of prostate and pancreatic tumor models in mice as well. Each of those tumor cell types are known to produce high levels of cMyc during tumor growth. "We have identified a small molecule with drug-like properties that is a candidate for further preclinical development," ...

Compound shows promise as vaccine-like drug for preventing type 1 diabetes

... inflammatory events leading to the destruction of pancreatic beta cells, which normally produce insulin, and the subsequent onset of the disease. Although an increasing number of compounds are being designed to fight diabetes by targeting inflammation, the current study represents the first attempt to prevent ...

Increasing the risk of cancer

...s and growth in COX-2 expressing and COX-2 lacking pancreatic cancer in vivo: Abstract No. 4792 ...to promote tumor growth in specific types of human pancreatic cancer cells, according to a study presented by investigators with the UCLA David Geffen School of M...

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