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., is primarily focused on pancreatic diseases and interventional endoscopy.
., focus on pancreatic cancer, pancreatic neuroendocrine tumor, autoimmune pancreatitis and other pancreatic diseases.
., focuses on the cellular and molecular characterization of epigenetic pathways regulating pancreatic carcinogenesis, a dismal disease with one of the poorest prognoses among all neoplasms.
The hope is that the development of early pancreatic cancer detection techniques and novel, alternative therapeutic strategies will improve the dismal prognosis for patients suffering from this devastating disease.
Significance to patient care Pancreatic cancer is characterized by both its aggressive disease progression and absence of specific symptoms for an early diagnosis and curative treatment.
Acinar-to-ductal metaplasia (ADM) as a cause for pancreatic disease.
Her disease research focus is pancreatic and other gastrointestinal cancers.
Location Jacksonville, Florida Contact Raimondo.Massimo@mayo.edu Clinical Profile SUMMARY My research interest is in the field of pancreatic diseases.
Que is studying treatments of the pancreatic stump after pancreatic body resection and reduction of pancreatic leaks.
Couch's research will result in early identification of women at risk of breast cancer so that steps can be taken to prevent onset of the disease.
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