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[A fresh perspective on advances in pancreatic cancer treatment over the past two decades].

In the past two decades, significant advances have been made in the treatment of pancreatic cancer.Numerous first-line treatments, such as gemcitabine combined with erlotinib, gemcitabine combined with albumin- bound paclitaxel, FOLFIRINOX, and NALIRIFOX, have emerged;surgery-centered treatment has gradually become the mains clinical strategy.However, behind these achievements, the new drugs developed with substantial funding have not extended the median survival time of patients with advanced pancreatic cancer to more than one year; the 5-year survival rate for postoperative patients remains below 30%. While harboring hope and being proactive, researchers must also soberly reflect and continually reassess our direction, in anticipation of bringing tangible clinical benefits to pancreatic cancer patients at an early date.

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