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New Minimally Invasive Sampling Technique Allows for Earlier Diagnosis of Pancreatic Cancer

August 1, 2007

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According to an article in the August 1 issue of the journal Clinical Cancer Research, new optical technology, coupled with routine endoscopy, may enable doctors to detect the subtle telltale traces of early pancreatic cancer.
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