BATH you know every day, over 1250 people will diagnose cancer pancreatic around the world and 1 180 people will get sick. This is according to World Pancreatic Cancer Coalition. That is why on Thursday, November 15, the Pancreatic Cancer World Day was offered.
The Coalition provided more information on Pancreatic Cancer:
WHAT IS PANCREAS?
Pancreas is found in the stomach and the spine. It helps in the development of digestive enzymes that regulates the use and storage of energy by the body and regulates blood sugar levels.
WHAT IS PANCREATIC CANCER?
Pancreatic cancer occurs when abnormal cells develop and grow when they cause tumors.
According to the survey, 60% know "almost anything" about pancreatic cancer.
Pancreatic cancer is the smallest survival rate for the most significant cancers, 2% of the survivors of five years and nine in both cases.
WHAT IS THE PANCREATIC KANGER?
Most pancreatic cancer cases are unknown. Exercise evidence of age, smoking, overweight, pancreatic cancer, pancreatitis, and diabetes has a potential to increase the risk of pancreatic cancer.
WHAT ARE PANCREATIC CANCER SYMPTOMS?
Symptoms of pancreatic cancer are common in the abdominal or central back pain, including weight loss, stomach, loss of appetite, indigestion, changes in stools and diabetes in new diseases. These symptoms are often fuzzy and, in general, other serious and common conditions are earlier.
Can PANCREATIC CANCER DAITEZKE?
It's not a test for standard pancreatic cancer screening, which is a must for the symptoms and dangers.
Early diagnosis is crucial for pancreatic cancer. Patients who have been diagnosed with surgery may experience more than five years of age. You have been diagnosed beforehand, you can get more surgery and get treatment beforehand.
KANPOKO PANCREATIC AS HOW IT IS?
Pancreatic cancer is the seventh most common cause of death in the world.
In 2015, 367,000 cases of pancreatic cancer were estimated worldwide, and it is estimated that 480,000 people should diagnose in 2020.
WHAT IS THE PANCREATIC CANCER DAY WORLD?
It was held on November 15, the Pancreatic Cancer World Day brings together people from all over the world to emphasize the need for awareness, financing and research for pancreatic cancer.
The pancreatic cancer community is committed to Better's commitment and rapid progress to address the world's toughest cancer, starting with the first detection.
DO YOU KNOW THE WORLD CANCER PANCREATIC WORLD?
The World Pancreatic Cancer World Pancreatic Cancer ("Coalition") is an initiative. That is to say, it consists of 70 organizations and 70 continents with 70 countries.
In addition to the promotion of Pancreatic Cancer Day and other educational efforts, the Coalition allows the exchange of best practices among the most important issues, patient information and support, research, clinical trials, awareness and policy, health professional training and more.
For more information on World Pancreatic Cancer Day and Coalition Members, visit www.worldpancreaticcancerday.org.