April 27, 2015
In this edition of Medical Mondays, learn more about pancreatic cancer, including Whipple surgery and what to expect after pancreatic surgery.
Categorized as: Cancer Care, Pancreatic Cancer
Tagged with: cancer, heredity, medical mondays, Pancreas, pancreatic cancer, pancreatic cancer symptoms, robotic surgery, Whipple surgery
April 26, 2015
There are two types of pancreatic cancer. Find out more about the risks, symptoms, and the different stages of pancreatic cancer with our infographic.
Medically Reviewed by UPMC Hillman Cancer Center
Tagged with: cancer, cancer risk, cancer statistics, endocrine tumors, exocrine tumors, infographic, medical mondays, Pancreas, pancreatic cancer, pancreatic cancer symptoms
Article - 2 Minute Read
April 23, 2015
If you have been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, your physician may recommend a procedure called Whipple surgery, also known as pancreatoduodenetomy.
Categorized as: Cancer Care
Tagged with: medical mondays, operation, Pancreas, pancreatic cancer, robotic whipple surgery, Whipple procedure, Whipple surgery
April 18, 2015
If you—or a loved one—have been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, you likely have a lot of questions. Here's what you need to know.
Tagged with: adenocarcinoma, cancer, chemotherapy, medical mondays, Pancreas, pancreatic cancer, Whipple surgery
Article - 1 Minute Read
July 22, 2014
The pancreas is a flattened, oblong gland located deep within the abdomen. Learn how this organ regulates bodily functions and assists in digestion of food
Medically Reviewed by Digestive Disorders
Categorized as: Living and Wellness, Pancreatic Cancer
Tagged with: David Whitcomb MD PhD, endocrine cells, exocrine cells, Gastroenterology, hormones, nutrition, Pancreas, Pancreas and Biliary Center