A diagnosis of pancreatic cancer is a virtual death sentence. Only about 6 % of pancreatic cancer patients survive longer than 5 years after diagnosis. Certain foods and certain vitamin and mineral deficiencies can greatly increase the risk of developing pancreatic cancer. Learn how a few changes to your diet can significantly reduce your risk of becoming another victim of pancreatic cancer.
In the majority of cases, pancreatic cancer is diagnosed too late to be effectively treated. Statistics show that approximately 80 % of pancreatic cancer patients survive less than a year after diagnosis, and only about 6 % survive longer than 5 years. Pancreatic cancer is currently ranked as the fourth leading cause of cancer deaths. By 2020 it’s expected to be the second leading cause of deaths due to cancer.
Prevention is surely the most effective defense against this disease. Certain foods and certain vitamin and mineral deficiencies have been shown by medical research to significantly increase the risk of developing pancreatic cancer. Learn how a few changes to your diet can reduce your risk of becoming another victim of pancreatic cancer.
In addition, this book contains information about the development of insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes that can be utilized to help prevent the onset of diabetes.
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