Tag Archives: Steve Jobs

Cachexia and Pancreatic Cancer

The last pictures of Steve Jobs that circulated around the internet, showed a figure so gaunt that some people were convinced that the pictures had been photoshopped.  For those of us who have seen cancer close up and personal, we … Continue reading

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Follow up to Funding

In a previous post, I talked about ways to change how we think about funding pancreatic cancer research.  One of the things that caught my eye was a page on the Lustgarten web site that detailed some of the significant … Continue reading

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The Time Has Come To “Think Different”

With the death of Steve Jobs, the world mourns the passing of a technological visionary who changed the world and challenged us to “Think Different”.   It seems ironic therefore, that he (along with 35,000 other Americans per year) should succumb … Continue reading

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Latest Postings To The Pancreatic Cancer Genomics Group

Here are the latest postings to the Pancreatic Cancer Genomics Group on Mendeley. Some of the more interesting highlights from this batch of papers include, a finding that in one paper that a Pomegranate extract was found to be more … Continue reading

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