The Pancreas Cancer Research Program, founded and directed by HCI physician Sean Mulvihill, MD, includes clinicians, basic scientists, and support staff.
The mission of the Pancreas Cancer Research Program (PCRP) at Huntsman Cancer Institute is to reduce suffering from pancreas cancer and improve survival rates for patients with the disease. Three goals evolve from this mission: preventing pancreas cancer, detecting it early, and improving treatment options. The PCRP, a component of the GI Cancer Research Program, combines the expertise of specialized researchers and clinicians with the resources of the Utah Population Database to identify and study genetic and other factors contributing to pancreas cancer.
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