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News From The Journal Of Clinical Investigation: Sept. 17, 2012

medicalnewstoday.com — “Improving pancreatic islet transplantation in humans One of the major obstacles to widespread use of pancreatic islet transplantation for the treatment of diabetes is the risk ofView full resource at medicalnewstoday.com

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'Organic' study of live pancreatic tissue yields new opportunities for diabetes research

sciencedaily.com — “An 'all-natural' method for studying pancreatic islets, the small tissues responsible for insulin production and regulation in the body, has recently been developed to try to track metabolic changes in living tissues in 'real time' and without additional chemicals or drugs.View full resource at sciencedaily.com

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'Organic' study of live pancreatic tissue yields new opportunities for diabetes research http://t.co/ujGOmqBh via @ScienceDaily

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Advanced Pancreatic Cancer: Changing Landscape Signals Hope | GRACE :: Pancreatic Cancer

cancergrace.org — “Advanced Pancreatic Cancer: Changing Landscape Signals Hope | GRACE :: Pancreatic CancerView full resource at cancergrace.org

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Tiny molecule might help protect pancreas from cancer

news-medical.net — “A tiny molecule might help protect the pancreas from deadly disease and cancer. Tackling a mysterious process: There is a feeling that neglected cancers need more research and Pancreatic cancer is one of the least studied. Today, the survival rate is 3% for five years. Professor Petersen, at the School of Biosciences at Cardiff University, hopes his team's research can change that.View full resource at news-medical.net

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Pancreatic Cancer Research Swing for a Cure Golf Classic Fundraising Event on September 20th

columbiasurgery.net — “Pancreatic Cancer Research Swing for a Cure Golf Classic Fundraising Event on September 20thView full resource at columbiasurgery.net

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Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Night on July 28th: Mets vs. St Louis Cardinals

columbiasurgery.net — “Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Night on July 28th: Mets vs. St Louis CardinalsView full resource at columbiasurgery.net

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Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Night on July 28th: Mets vs. St Louis Cardinals http://bit.ly/d3SkOU #mets #cancer

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Histone modifications associated with pancreatic cancer development and progression

news-medical.net — “Specific chemical modifications to proteins called histones, which are found in the nucleus of cells and act as spools around which DNA is wound, can be used to predict prognosis and response to treatment in subsets patients with pancreatic cancer, a study by researchers at UCLA's Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center has found.View full resource at news-medical.net

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Scientists show how molecular switch helps pancreatic cancer beat drugs

feeds.sciencedaily.com — “Researchers have found one reason that pancreatic cancer tumors are so difficult to treat with drugs. They have shown how a molecular switch steps up pancreatic cancer cell survival as well as resistance to a standard chemotherapy drug, and have identified alternate routes cancer cells take to avoid the effects of the therapy.View full resource at feeds.sciencedaily.com

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Scientists show how molecular switch helps pancreatic cancer beat drugs: Researchers have found one reason that pa... http://bit.ly/aMovie

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New Genetic Links for Pancreatic Cancer - Tom Heston

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Prior to joining NBC News, Snyderman served as Vice President, Consumer Education for the health care corporation, Johnson & Johnson. There she led the independent educational initiative, Understanding Health, focusing on educating and informing the public about health and medicine. Before that, Snyderman served as the medical correspondent for ABC News for 17 years and was a contributor to "20/20," "Primetime," and "Good Morning America." Prior to leaving ABC she was a frequent substitute co-host on "Good Morning America." " /> Dr. Nancy Snyderman Doctor, Pediatrician, ENT Doctor, and Physician

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Obese Young May Raise Pancreatic Cancer « Blisstree

blisstree.com — “Young adults who are overweight or obese run a higher risk of developing deadly pancreatic cancer and older people who are obese and who develop pancreatic cancer have a lower survival rate, say researchers. A study done by researchers at the UniverView full resource at blisstree.com

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New Drug Being Tested for Pancreatic Cancer - myOptumHealth

myoptumhealth.com — “Read the news article New Drug Being Tested for Pancreatic Cancer at www.myOptumHealth.comView full resource at myoptumhealth.com

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New Drug Being Tested for Pancreatic Cancer: Lab findings show potential for use alone or in combination, scient.. http://tinyurl.com/cllhb3

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