Pancreas Cancer: Updates for the Primary Care Physician
Why is pancreatic cancer so hard to detect? Dr. Curley discusses the diagnosis and epidemiology of pancreatic cancer.
Evaluate diagnosis of pancreatic cancer
Assess treatment options for pancreatic cancer
Illustrate future therapeutic options for pancreas cancer
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|Pancreas Cancer: Updates for the Primary Care Physician - Handout (1.6 MB)||18 Pages||Available after Purchase|
Brendan Curley, DO, MPH graduated from Lake Erie College of Medicine. He completed his internal medicine residency at Drexel University in Philadelphia and his hematology/oncology fellowship at West Virginia University. Dr. Curley is published in multiple Medline indexed journals, including Journal of Clinical Oncology and the Journal of Oncology Practice, and has written the chapter on Breast Cancer in the Bethesda Handbook of Clinical Oncology. Board certified in internal medicine and oncology, he practices in North Scottsdale with Arizona Center for Cancer Care (AZCCC) and sees patients for all oncology and hematology related problems.
Dr. Curley discloses that he is a speaker for Janssen Pharmaceuticals.
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