Inherited genetic mutations may increase the risk for pancreatic cancer in patients with specific pancreatic lesions, according to data published in Gastroenterology.
Nicholas Roberts, PhD, of the department of pathology at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, and colleagues hope that their findings will help guide high-risk patients to early interventions and treatment for pancreatic cancer.
“To our knowledge, no one had looked at inherited mutations in this at-risk patient population before,” he said in a press release. “Though limited in scope, this study was a
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