Pancreatic Cancer: Incidence and Outlook

Pancreatic cancer increases with age and most people are between 60 to 80 years old when diagnosed. Early pancreatic cancer often does not cause symptoms. Pancreatic cancer can affect anyone. People with a family history of pancreatic cancer in first degree relatives have an increased risk.

Pancreatic cancer specialist, Dr. David Kooby from Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University talks about why the disease is so prevalent and why it is so difficult to treat.

Learn more about Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University.

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