Pancreatic cancer – the fourth leading cause of cancer-related deaths for men and women in the United States – carries a poor prognosis, with a five-year survival rate that currently hovers around a grim 5 percent. (conventionally speaking)
Pancreatic cancer is one of the most insidious and deadly forms of cancer. It is estimated that in 2016, 53,070 people will be diagnosed with it. Of these persons, a staggering 41,780 will die from it. However, new findings have linked the simple act of increasing your intake of B vitamins and choline with a lowered risk of contracting the deadly disease of pancreatic cancer.
WorldHealth.net, March 9, 2016
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Findings from a new study offer further evidence of the cancer-fighting properties of vitamin C.
A new book explains how the system trashed the groundbreaking NIH/National Cancer Institute clinical trial on this extremely promising therapy.
At the American Association for Cancer Research's Pancreatic Cancer: Progress and Challenges conference, held June 18-21, 2012 in Lake Tahoe, Nevada,
High levels of selenium in the body appear to reduce the risk of pancreatic cancer, according to a study published in December 2011 in Gut, the journal of the British Society of Gastroenterology.