Sometimes it takes fire to fight fire. At least, that’s what researchers studying a new vaccine to battle pancreatic cancer are finding. The hope is that by introducing very particular viruses into the body after surgery to remove tumors, the body will be positioned to better battle any stray cancer cells on its own. The…

Pancreatic cancer, like many other forms of the disease, doesn’t always present exactly the same. Tumor type can vary and that means patients may benefit from more targeted treatments designed to battle the specific tumor subtype. While doctors have known about pancreatic cancer subtypes, treatments to date have remained more or less uniform. Researchers, however,…