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Your guide to Pancreatic Cancer and Stomach Cancer

Postby Wilberforce » Sat May 26, 2012 9:12 pm

Your guide to Pancreatic Cancer and Stomach Cancer

Studies show that consumption of so-called "smoked" foods increase your cancer risk.


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• The Surgeon General has determined that there is no safe level of exposure to ambient smoke!

• If you smell even a subtle odor of smoke, you are being exposed to poisonous and carcinogenic chemical compounds!

• Even a brief exposure to smoke raises blood pressure, (no matter what your state of health) and can cause blood clotting, stroke, or heart attack in vulnerable people. Even children experience elevated blood pressure when exposed to smoke!

• Since smoke drastically weakens the lungs' immune system, avoiding smoke is one of the best ways to prevent colds, flu, bronchitis, or risk of an even more serious respiratory illness, such as pneumonia or tuberculosis! Does your child have the flu? Chances are they have been exposed to ambient smoke!
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Re: Your guide to Pancreatic Cancer and Stomach Cancer

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Re: Your guide to Pancreatic Cancer and Stomach Cancer

Postby Wilberforce » Sun Dec 16, 2012 11:41 pm

Pancreatic to be No. 2-ranked cause of cancer deaths

Almost always deadly and steadily on the rise, pancreatic cancer is on track to become the second-leading cause of cancer death in the nation within the next two years, according to a recent report.

Currently the fourth-leading cancer killer -- and the reason behind the death of Apple founder Steve Jobs at age 56 -- pancreatic cancer will likely surpass breast, prostate and colorectal cancers to rank behind only lung cancer, the No. 1 cancer killer, said the report from the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network.

The higher ranking is partly because risk factors associated with the disease are trending up, while deaths from the other top cancer killers are trending down, said Dr. Bose Debashish, a pancreatic cancer surgeon at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Orlando, Fla.

The incidence of pancreatic cancer has been rising 1.5% each year since 2004, according to the American Cancer Society. At the current rate, 1 in every 71 Americans will develop the disease in his or her lifetime.

A longer lifespan, increasing rates of obesity and diabetes contribute to the rising trend. So does smoking, which doubles or triples risk, said Debashish.

What also distinguishes this killer is that it's the only top cancer with a survival rate in the single digits: Only 6% of those who get it are alive in five years.

"Everyone who gets pancreatic cancer will likely die of it," said Debashish.

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• The Surgeon General has determined that there is no safe level of exposure to ambient smoke!

• If you smell even a subtle odor of smoke, you are being exposed to poisonous and carcinogenic chemical compounds!

• Even a brief exposure to smoke raises blood pressure, (no matter what your state of health) and can cause blood clotting, stroke, or heart attack in vulnerable people. Even children experience elevated blood pressure when exposed to smoke!

• Since smoke drastically weakens the lungs' immune system, avoiding smoke is one of the best ways to prevent colds, flu, bronchitis, or risk of an even more serious respiratory illness, such as pneumonia or tuberculosis! Does your child have the flu? Chances are they have been exposed to ambient smoke!
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