Most pancreatic cancers form in exocrine cells. These tumors do not secrete hormones and do not cause signs or symptoms. This makes it hard to diagnose this type of pancreatic cancer early. For most patients with exocrine pancreatic cancer, current treatments do not cure the cancer.
Providers Treating Pancreatic Cancer
Note that every treatment or procedure listed above may not be provided by each provider listed below. Review each provider for availability.
J. Camilo Barreto Andrade, M.D. Surgical Oncologist
J. Ralph Broadwater, M.D. Surgical Oncologist
J. D. Day, M.D. Neurosurgeon
Lisa J. Evans, Ph.D. Psychologist
Betty L. Everett, Ph.D. Psychiatrist
Masil M. George, M.D. Geriatrician
Rangaswamy Govindarajan, M.D. Medical Oncologist
Jason S. Mizell, M.D. Colorectal Surgeon
W. Conan Mustain, M.D. Colorectal Surgeon
Benjamin Tharian, M.D. Advanced Endoscopist
Rashmi Verma, M.D. Medical Oncologist
Areas of Expertise for Pancreatic Cancer
The Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute at UAMS is Arkansas’ most comprehensive cancer treatment and research facility. The institute’s staff of physicians, nurses, researchers and other health care professionals are …