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In advanced cases of pancreatic cancer chemotherapy is a standard treatment method without significant benefits for the overall survival rates. Over the past 15 years, the technological advances in medicine led to the development of various ablative techniques. The purpose of this review was to look through the literature to find out if quality of life was investigated in patients with advanced disease after ablation. Poor quality of life, severe pain and the use of opiod analgesics with many side effects are essential problems which could be solved by a suitable method for local tumor destruction.
Pancreatic Neoplasms, Quality of Life