Pancreatic Cancer

Pancreatic cancer is the abnormal growth of the pancreatic cells, forming a tumor. Some are benign while others are malignant. They are of two types; exocrine and neuroendocrine. Symptoms may include pain in the epigastric area that may radiate in the back. Weight loss and nausea or vomiting may be present as well.

Pancreatic cancer does not respond to certain anticancer treatments that boost immune responses. A mechanism active in tumour cells that contributes …

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Regular aspirin use has been associated with a reduced risk for colorectal cancer. Now a review of studies has found that it may reduce the risk for several other digestive tract cancers as well.Researchers pooled data from 113 studies and found that daily aspirin use among people aged 40 to 75 was...

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LUND, Sweden, April 22, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Immunovia invites to a teleconference (in English) for investors, analysts and media on Tuesday, April …

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