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Scripps' Role in Pancreatic Cancer Care Covered by Carmel Valley News

Darren Sigal, MD, part of Scripps program cited as center of excellence

Scripps provides experienced medical staff to help patients with pancreatic cancer.

The Carmel Valley News recently interviewed Darren Sigal, MD, about Scripps Clinic’s leading role in clinical research and care for patients with pancreatic cancer. Dr. Sigal is a co-founder of Scripps’ pancreas and bile duct cancer group, which is a team of doctors from various medical specialties who ensure patients have access to the best available treatments.

Pancreatic cancer is one of the deadliest forms of cancer, but promising developments have recently been emerging.

Read the Carmel Valley News article: Scripps doctor researching new therapies for treatment of pancreatic cancer.

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