Pancreatic cancer experts are working together to improve outcomes for patients at Ohio State. Pancreatic cancer is difficult to detect or diagnose early because patients often have no symptoms or have symptoms that are similar to other illnesses. To provide world-class treatment for patients after diagnoses are made, the OSUCCC &ndash; James has created a dedicated, multi-expert pancreatic clinic. In a single day at the clinic, newly diagnosed patients see surgical, medical and radiation oncologists, as well as nutrition and physical therapists, who work together to create unique treatment plans. &ldquo;Since there is no routine cancer, no two patients are exactly the same in terms of their medical issues and their environments,\" Allan Tsung, MD, says. \"So, we try to find the best personalized, proven plans for our patients.\"