Raising Awareness and Building Community Around Pancreatic Cancer Treatment

A discussion with Columbia’s Dr. John A. Chabot

When it comes to pancreatic cancer, connecting with one another has immense value, from sharing personal stories to raising awareness about the future of treatment.

Project Purple is an organization dedicated to impacting the lives of those touched by pancreatic cancer, supporting patients and families affected by the disease, and funding research efforts to defeat pancreatic cancer. 

Dr. John A. Chabot has dedicated his career to working on the prevention, treatment, and cure for pancreatic cancer. At the same time, he believes strongly in the importance of community.

This podcast episode involves discussion about immunotherapy, early detection, surveillance programs for genetic mutations, and much more. Dr. Chabot also shares some of his best advice for patients.

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