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Pancreatic cancers are often identified based on the cell type that comprises the cancer. Most pancreatic cancers caused by a BRCA or other inherited mutation are adenocarcinomas. Pancreatic cancer treatment studies are frequently divided into studies for people who are newly-diagnosed versus people with recurrent cancers. Some studies are enrolling people with early stage vs.those with locally advanced or metastatic cancers. Other studies may be open specifically to people with a BRCA or other mutations. You can use the search below to look for studies based on these criteria. If you need assistance getting started, visit our How to Search for Research Studies page.
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