How Deadly Cancer May Actually be Spread by Survival Mechanism

*credit verbatim via TheConversation.com and Catherine Hogan*

Pancreatic cancer is a devastating disease. With a ten-year survival rate of just 1%, it has the poorest prognosis of all solid tumours. The main reason for this is that tumours of the pancreas largely develop without symptoms. Therefore, by the time many patients are diagnosed, the disease has advanced to a metastatic and incurable stage.

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*credit verbatim via TheConversation.com and Catherine Hogan*

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