With a five-year survival rate that’s less than double digits, pancreatic cancer is one of the deadliest forms of this disease. An estimated 53,000 Americans face this diagnosis annually with some 41,000 dying from the cause. With no early screening procedure readily available and a common lack of symptoms at onset, this disease often progresses…

Pancreatic cancer is one of the deadliest forms of this disease known to man. With a five-year survival rate that’s less than 10 percent, this type of cancer claims more than 40,000 American lives each year. While many cases are diagnosed only in their later, less treatable phases, knowing the early warning signs can make…