While rare, pancreatic cancer is the third-leading cause of cancer-related death in the U.S. Pancreatic cancer can be difficult to detect and is frequently diagnosed in later stages. If you or a loved one have been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, our team has the experience and knowledge to deliver the most comprehensive care in the region.
Nebraska Medicine has been nationally recognized as a Center of Excellence by the National Pancreas Foundation for outstanding clinical care and scientific innovation — the only pancreatic cancer center within a 350-mile radius to have earned this combined designation.
What to expect
Our pancreatic cancer experts work closely with specialists throughout Nebraska Medicine to determine the best course of treatment for you. At your first appointment, you’ll receive a comprehensive evaluation and meet the specialists who will take part in your care.
This multidisciplinary team may include gastroenterologists, pancreas surgeons, medical oncologists, radiation oncologists and interventional radiologists, along with patient-focused programs such as a pain management service, nutritional guidance, genetic counseling, psychosocial support and more.
Depending on the type of cancer, treatment options could include:
- Drugs (chemotherapy)
- Radiation therapy
The pancreatic cancer center team works together with a shared goal: to create an effective, targeted treatment plan that focuses on your cancer therapies, physical symptoms and your emotional well-being.
Why you should choose Nebraska Medicine
Receive advanced, coordinated pancreatic cancer care close to home
Our pancreatic cancer center is committed to delivering world-class, personalized care to patients in Nebraska and the surrounding areas.
Our partnership with the University of Nebraska Medical Center gives us access to breakthrough clinical trials and innovative treatments for patients with pancreatic cancer. Our goal is to transform what is considered state-of-art in the early detection, diagnosis, prevention and treatment of pancreas cancer.
Nebraska Medicine is an NCI-designated cancer center
We bring more than 200 world-leading specialists and researchers together to change the cancer experience. The Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Center is the only National Cancer Institute designated cancer center in Nebraska.
All patients undergoing cancer treatment here have access to our 24/7 Infusion Center at the Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Center, which serves as a treatment center and an around-the-clock urgent-care-type facility for those battling cancer. A rare offering in the region.
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Accreditations and Awards
National Pancreas Foundation Center of Excellence
Nebraska Medicine has been nationally recognized as a Center of Excellence by the National Pancreas Foundation for outstanding clinical care and scientific innovation.