Study: MicroRNA pattern used to diagnose pancreatic cancer

05/1/2007 | WebMD

A new study says microRNA may be used to determine whether a patient has chronic pancreatitis or pancreatic cancer. Additionally, a subgroup of six microRNAs were linked to increased pancreatic cancer survival, distinguishing long-term survivors.

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