The Special Commission to Study Pancreatic Cancer

The Special Commission to Study Pancreatic Cancer was designated to the Executive Office of Health and Human Services in August 2018, with Governor Baker’s signing into law of chapter 154 of the Acts of 2018. The commission is charged with identifying areas of unmet need in pancreatic cancer prevention, diagnosis, and treatment, as well as providing recommendations for additional legislation or support to meet these needs. The commission is comprised of the Undersecretary of Health and Human Services and a diverse panel of agency leadership, legislators, clinicians, health care providers, patient advocates, caregivers, and survivors.

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