Pancreatic Cancer Factors Same as CVD

 

The evidence continues to mount linking an increased risk of developing pancreatic cancer with much the same risk factors now linked to a much higher risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD). Pancreatic cancer is a very deadly cancer killing more than 35,000 Americans each year. Five-year survival is less than 5% for pancreatic cancer whereas only 9% of men and 26% of women will die ...

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