Journal of Pancreatic Cancer and Treatment

Journal of Pancreatic Cancer and Treatment

About Journal


Journal of Pancreatic Cancer and Treatment is an open access peer reviewed journal discussing about causes, prognosis, treatment, stages, drugs, life expectancy, and diagnosis of cancers arising mostly from exocrine cells. This cancer often has been reported to have a poor prognosis, even upon early diagnosis and typically spreads rapidly and is rarely detected in its early stages, which is the key reason why it's a leading cause of cancer death.

The journal invites researchers to discuss upon the various challenging factors and the major advancements in treating this dreadful disease and spread awareness via disseminating Open Access work in various forms such as original, reviews, cases, clinical images, commentaries, opinions and other related types.

The journal is ardent to publish its work free for readers and all the content is made available under the terms of Creative Commons Attribution License.


Editorial Board



Dr. Richard C Frank

Director of Cancer Research
Western Connecticut Health Network
Connecticut
United States of America
Tel: 203-855-3866


Prof. Masaru Miyazaki

Director and Professor
IUHW Mita Hospital
Tokyo
Japan
Tel: +81-3-3451-8121


Dr. Huey-Jen Lin

Associate Professor
Department of Medical Laboratory Sciences
University of Delaware
United States of America


Dr. Jaime Ruiz-Tovar

Professor of Surgery
General and Digestive Surgeon
University Rey Juan Carlos
Spain
Tel: 0034-630-53-48-08


Prof. Dezso Kelemen

Professor
Department of Surgery
Medical Faculty of Pecs University
Hungary
Tel: 3672536000


Dr. Allyson Joy Ocean

Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine
Weill Medical College
Cornell University
New York
United States of America


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Latest Articles

Hepatoid Carcinoma of the Pancreas: A Case Report

Christian Tomboravo, et al. 2019

Article type: Case Report   |    

Pancreatic Cancer - The Role of Hypoxia

Katyayani Tatiparti, et al. 2019

Article type: Review Article   |