Given that only about 53,000 Americans are diagnosed with pancreatic cancer every year, this form of the disease doesn’t receive the publicity others do. Considering its high mortality rate, however, this type of cancer is one that every American should be very mindful of. An estimated 43,000 people lose their lives to this cause each…

Pancreatic cancer strikes an estimated 53,000 American men and women each year. While those numbers don’t make it the most commonly diagnosed form of the disease, its mortality rate is cause for concern. About 43,000 people die annually across the country from this form of cancer, making it one of the deadliest. Given its high…