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'Seena' clinical trials named for pancreatic cancer advocate
Date:12/1/2011

ble to reach patients with the safest and most effective compounds possible."

Roy and Patricia Disney Family Cancer Center, Burbank, Calif., where the principal investigator is Dr. Peter Rosen: "The Roy and Patricia Disney Family Cancer Center brings innovative clinical trials to the San Fernando Valley, an underserved population of close to 3 million inhabitants. In addition to Phase I (drug development) trials and an Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) program, we are committed to a frontal attack on pancreas cancer, the nation's fourth leading cause of cancer mortality. The Seena trial exemplifies that commitment."


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