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Keeran Sampat MD on ABC7 WJLA News, Pancreatic Cancer Alex Trebek

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March 14, 2019
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Dr. Keeran Sampat, with Virginia Cancer Specialists comments in an interview with ABC7 WJLA News on the recent diagnosis of pancreatic cancer in Alex Trebek, host of Jeopardy.

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ABC 7 News at 11PM, Description: WJLA 11pm 03-06-19 Pancreatic Cancer, Dr. Sampat. Virginia Cancer Specialists “He says there is no widespread screening for pancreatic cancer, but those with a family history should potentially be screened.” Keeran Sampat, MD, Virginia Cancer Specialists “While cancer is never an easy thing to confront, doctors say pancreatic cancer comes with a special set of difficulties.”