Pancreatic cancer is one of the trickiest diagnoses in the cancer world. Very difficult to detect, pancreatic cancer often produces no symptoms in the beginning so screenings are not thought to be done by doctors unless there is something very significant to address. Unfortunately, however, by the time a screening is done and cancer is…

With a five-year mortality rate of an estimated 94 percent and a one year rate of a whopping 74 percent, pancreatic cancer is an undeniable killer. This disease often goes undetected until its more advanced stages, leaving those diagnosed facing rather grim outlooks. While pancreatic cancer doesn’t have sophisticated early detection tools that some other…

Pancreatic cancer is among one of the most terrifying cancer diagnoses that someone can receive. So little is known about pancreatic cancer, how it develops, how it can be best diagnosed, and most importantly, how it can be best treated. Because pancreatic cancer is relatively asymptotic in the beginning, by the time it is diagnosed,…

Pancreatic cancer is the fourth most common reason of death due to cancer in USA. In this condition, malignant neoplasm is formed within the pancreatic tissue. In most of the cases, that is in 90 per cent of the cases, the adenocarcinoma is formed within the exocrine part of the pancreas; whereas in 5 per…