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Hollie Williams

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Joined: September 18th, 2015
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Higher Dose Radiation Can Increase Pancreatic Cancer Survival: Study
A positive diagnosis of pancreatic cancer tends to present with a prognosis that is rather bleak. With a five-year survival rate that is less than 10 percent, this form of cancer is considered one of the deadliest. Challenges related to diagnosing this condition in its earliest, most treatable phases, and difficulty in providing effective treatments combine ...
Posted by Erwindale - Posted 2 Years Ago

Vitamin A May Play a Role in Beating Pancreatic Cancer
With a five-year survival rate that is less than 10 percent, pancreatic cancer has long been considered one of the deadliest forms of this disease. Even so, few breakthroughs have been made in recent years to enhance treatment and potentially improve survival rates. That may soon change courtesy of a recent discovery of the role vitamin A may play in combatt...
Posted by Erwindale - Posted 3 Years Ago

Radiation May Provide Added Benefits In Pancreatic Cancer Treatments
Pancreatic cancer has long had one of the most abysmal survival rates of any form of this disease. The American Cancer Society, in fact, estimates nearly 50,000 Americans are diagnosed with the disease each year. Approximately 40,000 people in America die from the disease annually. With five-year survival rates less than 10 percent, finding better treatments...
Posted by Erwindale - Posted 4 Years Ago

Vitamin D May Help Weaken Pancreatic Cancer
With a five-year survival rate of roughly 6 percent, pancreatic cancer is one of the deadliest forms of this disease known to man. Poorly understood, poorly funded and highly deadly, this form of cancer claims an estimated 40,000 American lives each year. As researchers work around the clock to end the condition that has claimed so many lives, new research i...
Posted by Erwindale - Posted 4 Years Ago

Molecule May Hold Key to Fighting Some Pancreatic Cancers
With less than an estimated 54,000 new cases diagnosed each year in the United States, pancreatic cancer is far from the most common. The 40,000 deaths attributed to it annually, however, make it one of the deadliest types of cancer in the United States. With a five-year survival rate that comes in at less than 10 percent, pancreatic cancer is a diagnosis fe...
Posted by Erwindale - Posted 2 Years Ago

Cholesterol Control May Help Fight Pancreatic Cancer
Pancreatic cancer is a serious condition that only few people manage to survive. The American Cancer Society estimated that about 53,000 people will be diagnosed with the disease this year alone. Some 41,000 Americans will succumb to pancreatic cancer. This particular form of cancer has witnessed very few breakthroughs in treatment or detection over...
Posted by Erwindale - Posted 3 Years Ago

Neoadjuvant Therapy May Have Place in Pancreatic Cancer Treatment
Increasing the survival odds for patients with pancreatic cancer has long been a concern for healthcare professionals. After all, this form of cancer is notoriously difficult to beat. With a five-year survival rate of less than 10 percent, the disease is one of cancer’s deadliest. Some clinicians are arguing that it is well past time for neoadjuvant th...
Posted by Erwindale - Posted 3 Years Ago

Dark Chocolate May Lower Pancreatic Cancer Risks
Dark chocolate has long been lauded as a strong antioxidant that can help the body fight off stress and some of illnesses. A new study has found that this tasty treat may also lower the chances of a person developing pancreatic cancer. A recent study looked into the types of foods that might help keep pancreatic cancer at bay. Researchers found that...
Posted by Erwindale - Posted 4 Years Ago

Symptoms That Raise Pancreatic Cancer Alarm Bells
With a dismal five-year survival rate that’s less than double digits, pancreatic cancer is considered one of the deadliest forms of this disease known. While only an estimated 53,000 Americans are diagnosed with the disease annually, about 43,000 die each year from the cause. Understanding the potential signs and symptoms of pancreatic cancer is critic...
Posted by Erwindale - Posted 2 Years Ago

Pancreatic Cancer is a Slow Grower Despite Its Deadly Track Record
Pancreatic cancer is widely accepted as one of the deadliest forms of this disease. After all, an estimated 53,000 Americans will be diagnosed with this type of cancer in the coming year. About 41,000 will die from it. Despite a five-year survival rate that is less than 10 percent, pancreatic cancer happens to be a relatively slow grower, researchers have fo...
Posted by Erwindale - Posted 3 Years Ago

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