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NEW YORK – Researchers have developed a new test to distinguish between patients with pancreatic cysts who need surgery or further surveillance and those who do not.

Pancreatic cysts are common and are found in about 4 percent of people in their 60s and in 8 percent of people over the age of 70. While some pancreatic cysts — most often ones that produce mucin — can develop into pancreatic cancer, not all do, which can make it difficult to determine the best treatment course for patients.

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