A diagnosis of any cancer can cause an overwhelming, stressful and emotional reaction. Making it even more daunting is trying to think of what to do first while simultaneously processing the reality of it all. WINGS OF HOPE offers the following resources to supplement your understanding of pancreatic cancer, diagnosis and treatment options and procedures, statistics and other information.
As research for the treatment of pancreas cancer develops, fewer patients are being treated with single-modality therapy. Instead, most patients are being treated with a combination of surgery, chemotherapy and/or radiation therapy. This often makes navigating the healthcare system difficult and overwhelming. In a traditional medical environment, patients are often seen by different specialists over the course of several weeks. The Pancreas and Biliary Multidisciplinary Clinic at the CU Cancer Center is designed so that patients are seen by our team of specialists over one day with the goal of having a treatment plan by the end of the visit. This multidisciplinary approach to care provides patients with the most up-to-date and evidence-based treatment to provide the best care for the highest chance of success and cure of disease.
- Cheryl Meguid, DNP, ACNP
Pancreas and Biliary Cancer Clinic Coordinator
To learn more about the Pancreas and Biliary Cancer Multidisciplinary Clinic or schedule an appointment:
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