Learn more from the multi-disciplinary cancer team at the University of Michigan Health System as they continue to discuss their approach to the diagnosis and treatment of pancreatic cancer. This week’s videos focus on surgical, radiation therapy, and stenting options as well as future research for early detection. This 9-part video series features the following panel of experts:
Diane Simeone, MD Professor of Surgery, Chief of Pancreatic Surgery
Michelle Anderson, MD Associate Professor of Internal Medicine GI
Mary Feng, MD Associate Professor of Radiology Oncology, Assistant Director of Clinical Research
Andrew Rhim, MD Assistant Professor Internal Medicine GI
Vaibhav Sahai, MBBS Assistant Professor Internal Medicine Oncology
5-9: Pancreatic Cancer: When Do Patients Go Directly to Surgery?
6-9: Pancreatic Cancer: Minimally Invasive Surgery
7-9: Pancreatic Cancer: Type of Radiation Therapy
8-9: Pancreatic Cancer: Stent Recommendations
9-9: Pancreatic Cancer: The Future of Diagnosis and Treatment – There is Hope
Click here to view the full video series on our Cook Medical Endoscopy YouTube channel.