High-risk families offer clues to changes leading to pancreatic cancer

06/13/2005 | USA Today

There is typically no way to predict when pancreatic cancer -- one of the deadliest forms of the disease -- will strike. But since the disease does appear to be inherited, high-risk families are being followed to help experts track the precancerous changes that could lead to the disease.

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