Pancreatic cancer, compared to other cancers, has a low profile. But then it is the third leading cause of cancer mortalities in the United States according to the American Cancer Society. Its mortality rates increase each year. Pancreatic cancer is deadly because it doesn’t have early screening tests and has no cure as well. Experts…

Research reports that patients with locally advanced pancreatic cancer have longer overall survival when they undergo surgical resection after neoadjuvant therapy. The development of advanced systematic treatments of radiotherapy and chemotherapy, patients with non-metastatic locally advanced pancreatic cancer have an increased chance for surgery and improved survival. Locally advanced pancreatic cancer accounts for 30% of…

Pancreatic cancer accounts for almost three percent of all cancers and is considered deadly due to its low survival rate. The disease at its early stages rarely shows any symptoms, and there are no specific screening tools to identify pancreatic cancer. Even after undergoing surgery, 30% of pancreatic cancer still goes undetected, leaving a possibility…

  For some years, research has focused on understanding the appropriate balance of good bacteria within the intestinal tract. Links between the onset of disease and gut dysbiosis are getting established with the hope of developing therapeutic interventions to halt the progression of the disease. Investigators have released data to describe how bacteria population in…

Although rare, pancreatic cancer is soon going to be the second largest cause of cancer deaths. Right now, pancreatic cancer is becoming more common. The rising rank in pancreatic cancer mortality reflects the advances in battling other malignancies. Proper screening and treatment have helped patients with other cancers like prostate, breast, and colon cancer to…

Pancreatic cancer is ranked fourth in causing cancer deaths in America. Research shows that of all patients detected with this disease, only 6 percent will survive for five years, and those who are diagnosed with advanced cancer of the pancreas will not live for more than a year. Therefore, there is a dire need for…

Pancreatic cancer is considered deadly due to its low survival rate. Cancer of the pancreas rarely shows any symptoms at its early stages when it is treatable. There are no specific tools for screening it. Often, when a patient undergoes surgery, 30% of the pancreatic cancer goes undetected, leaving only a small subset to be…

Pancreatic cancer is one of the most alarming and insidious types of cancer. The disease only presents symptoms during its later stages and makes it difficult to detect. Even after its detection, getting effective treatment becomes hard because it is often too late.  As the third most dangerous cancer type, pancreatic cancer kills more than…

The symptoms of cancer vary depending on the placement of the tumor in the body. But, one thing is sure, never ignore back pain because it is one of the symptoms of pancreatic cancer. In its early stages, pancreatic cancer symptoms do not show. Some signs begin to show as the disease progresses. Although symptoms…

With recent studies linking gum disease to other illnesses that may occur, it can be highly beneficial to brush your teeth at least two times a day. One of these diseases is Pancreatic Cancer, and the maintenance of oral hygiene can ensure that your risk of getting the disease could be reduced. Gum disease connected…