Pancreatic cancer is one of the most insidious and alarming types of cancer. Since it doesn’t manifest any symptoms until its later stages, detection of it can prove extremely difficult. Even when it is detected, it is often too late and it may be hard to get effective treatment. Pancreatic cancer is the third most…

The American Cancer Society says that more than 50,000 people will be diagnosed with pancreatic cancer this year in the U.S. Besides, pancreatic cancer is the third leading cause of cancer-related deaths, and is often diagnosed only in the advanced stages, because of the difficulties to detect the late symptoms. The oncology experts at the…

Of all the major cancers, the mortality rate of pancreatic cancer is the highest in the United States of America. Statistics show that within five years of pancreatic cancer diagnosis, almost 94% of the patients die. The population that survives for more than five years is only 6%. Within their first year, 74% of patients…

Pancreatic Cancer has been deemed to be in fourth place for the cause of cancer death in America. Research and studies show that in a year, 37,000 people will not survive this disease. It has been found that from the number of patients detected with pancreatic cancer, 6% of them will survive five years. Those…