Medical Monday: New technology detects Pancreatic Cancer earlier

MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – Cancer affects many people, and the fight continues to try to stop it.

Dr. Joel Judah treats hundreds of patients each year for possible Pancreatic Cancer.

He’s using a new way to gather information about the pancreas.

It uses ultrasound with a particular brush to get more information than doctors had previously, which helps with the diagnosis.

Listen to his interview on Daybreak on 41NBC.       

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