With pancreatic cancer, every bit of knowledge helps you understand your options and take control. And it all starts with a conversation about testing.
Talk. test. take control.
Three simple steps that could save your life.
If you have a parent, child or sibling with pancreatic cancer, speak with your doctor to see if you should have genetic testing for inherited risk.
We can help you start the conversation that could save your life. Contact us to learn more about both types of tests.CONTACT PanCAN PATIENT SERVICES
PanCAN strongly recommends that pancreatic cancer patients have biomarker testing of their tumor tissue, as well as genetic testing. Testing can help identify better treatment options and alert your family about inherited risk.
There are several risk factors for pancreatic cancer. Having a parent, child or sibling with pancreatic cancer may increase your risk. Genetic testing can tell you more. The more you know, the better prepared you are to take control of your future.
About Biomarker and Genetic Testing
Our Chief Science Officer Lynn Matrisian, PhD, MBA, breaks down the types of tests and answers common questions.Read the Q&A
We can help you start the conversation about testing.
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Why I Took Control
Talking about testing can help you make the right decision for you. Hear from survivors and family members about why it was important to each of them.
Want to know more?
Watch a recording of "Early Detection and Better Treatments: How Testing Plays a Critical Role" featuring expert researchers and a pancreatic cancer survivor sharing a personal experience.WATCH RECORDING