Pancreatic Cancer: Quiet Symptoms Deadly

[KMSP-TV Fox 9 News, September 15, 2009] Doctors and pancreatic cancer survivors in the Twin Cities are hoping the recent awareness will help in their quest for better early detection. The death of actor Patrick Swayze has put the disease in the spotlight. With pancreatic cancer, the symptoms are so vague. Dr. Timothy Sielaff of Allina's Virginia Piper Cancer Institute says, "pancreatic cancer is one of the most difficult diseases we deal with.” See the whole story at KMSP-TV's web site. [vodpod id=Groupvideo.3430290&w=425&h=350&fv=skin%3DMP1ExternalAll-MFL.swf%26adSrc%3Dhttp%253A%2F%2Fad.doubleclick.net%2Fadx%2Ftsg.kmsp%2Fnews%2Fdetail%253Bdcmt%253Dtext%2Fxml%253Bpos%253D%253Btile%253D2%253Bsz%253D320x240%253Bord%253D724095496803354800%253Frand%253D0.5107680674085309%26flv%3D%2Ffeeds%2FoutboundFeed%253FobfType%253DVIDEO_PLAYER_SMIL_FEED%2526componentId%253D130606053%26img%3Dhttp%253A%2F%2Fmedia2.myfoxtwincities.com%2F%2Fphoto%2F2009%2F09%2F15%2Fcancer091509_tmb0000_20090915222521_640_480.JPG%26embeddable%3Dtrue%26story%3D%26vidPlayer_Id%3Dvideo_player1%26adFrequency%3D1%26adDelay%3D0]

Posted on September 16, 2009 in cancerKMSPTV NewsVirginia Piper Cancer Institute

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