An urgent need for adjuvant molecular therapy in pancreatic cancer by utilizing some chemical molecules or inhibitors. The challenge of meeting the expectations of this desired target product profile, a key question arises: how to combine the available treatment regimens and will these treatments are effective against pancreatic cancer? A variety of new investigational efforts have been used mono-targeted therapy, chemotherapy, and surgical resection for the treatment and prevention of pancreatic cancer. Surgical resection also increased the survival rate from 5% to over 25% in pancreatic cancer, but progression to late stage metastasis greatly minimized the impact of surgery, and thus need to be replaced with adjuvant therapies.
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