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The National Familial Pancreas Tumor Registry (NFPTR) is a research registry that was established at The Johns Hopkins Hospital in 1994 so that we could learn more about pancreatic tumors. Over the past 25 years, the NFPTR has been a leader in the study of familial pancreatic cancer. There have been over 100 peer-reviewed publications that have stemmed from the NFPTR. These data have helped us:

The NFPTR team includes experts from a variety of fields including epidemiology, pathology, gastroenterology, molecular biology, genetics, cytogenetics, surgery, radiology, radiation oncology and oncology. Having such a wide variety of researchers who have dedicated their careers to learning more about pancreatic cancer truly enables the NFPTR to study pancreatic tumors from all angles. This multi-faceted approach has led to great advances in the field of pancreatic cancer research, and we still have a lot to learn. Click here to meet the team.

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