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The American Gastroenterological Association Foundation for Digestive Health and Nutrition announced this year’s recipient of the Bernard Lee Schwartz Foundation Research Scholar Award – Kenneth second AGA Foundation / Bernard Lee Schwartz Foundation Research Scholar Award in Pancreatic Cancer Researcher Presents P peripheral action . The $ 225,000 gift from the Bernard Lee Schwartz Foundation put Dr. Olive with funding and protected time for three years available basic research basic research relating to pancreatic cancer. Schwartz, a businessman and photographer, was suffering from the disease and died in 1978 at the age of 64 years. His family his memory through the introduction of this new three-year Research Scholar pancreatic cancer pancreatic cancer research. Olive has on on digestive diseases, in particular to identify better treatments for pancreatic cancer. He important contributions to important contributions to the research. Including the first authoring papers in Cell, Science, Cancer Research and Clinical Cancer Research His research has been recognized by the American Association for Cancer Research and the National Institutes of Health.

Pancreatic cancer is the fourth leading cause of cancer deaths, more than 35,000 estimated deaths were in 2009 in 2009 More than 42,000 cases of pancreatic cancer were expected to be diagnosed in 2009. There is currently no method for early detection of pancreatic cancer, only 7 % of in the early stages at an early stage. The one-year survival rate for pancreatic cancer is 24 % and the five-year survival rate is 5 %, and if the disease is detected in the early states, the five – year survival rate only 20 %.

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