Understanding Pancreatic Cancer

About 45,000 people in the U.S. develop pancreatic cancer every year. Watch this for warning signs to treatment options.

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Rose Roma
Rose R.1 years ago

Eat whole foods. Don't smoke. Pay attention to your urine and stools. Be proactive in visiting doctors or any kind of healer. Overheard a lady braying today today in public that she had a cure for cancer that consisted of eating maple syrup mixed with baking soda?! She was writing a book, of course. She, with the husky braying coughing voice & leathery alcohol&nicotine prematurely aged skin, had success with smokers who couldn't/wouldn't stop smoking and were diagnosed with cancer. She also revealed that she, too, "ha, ha, ha ...couldn't/wouldn't quit smoking." Of course, she also wore a cross necklace and loudly proclaimed she was doing the Lord's work. I kept my mouth shut and sent her love. Nicotine is a terrible addiction. I think of my firechief friend who loved to tell stories before he lost most of his tongue & speech to chewing tabacco use. Tobacco is a substance that was/is fine in some few religious ceremonies. Communicate to all with compassion. I wonder sometimes at choices of very slow or irresponsible suicide in the form of substance abuse or aggressive driving. Bless all God's creatures.

Elisabeth T.
Elisabeth T.2 years ago

My dad died of pancreatic cancer three months after he was diagnosed.
A few months before that, he had a few tests and the doctors said he had ulcer.

Nils Anders Lunde

Thanks

Nils Anders Lunde

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Terry V.
Terry V.3 years ago

noted

Arlene M. Baladi

Very scary information...thank you for posting!

Beverly G.
bev G.3 years ago

skary article to think about.