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HI Below is a link from WebMD it should help you, with lots of info, just click on the links in it.http://www.webmd...
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Hi Just before you go getting into a tizz please do read through this link below, it should help you perhaps understand things a bit better...
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Absolutely, and even moreso if you're prone to illness or have a history of GI issues. The pancreas plays a very important role in your digestive...
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Inoperable squamous cell carcinoma tumors of the throat may respond positively to the following general treatments: Chemo Therapy, Radiation...
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It is with sincere sorrow that I find myself answering your question. My answer is honest and heartfelt.  This is just a suggestion...
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Pancreatic cancer cannot be diagnosed by a simple blood test with borderline results, but any person with abdominal discomfort for as long as you...
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It is with extreme sorrow that I find myself answering your question. My answer is sincere and heartfelt.  This is just a suggestion, but...
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I was very sick the same way. Turned out my gallbladder was not working correctly. I would have that checked. 
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The Whipple procedure , named for a 1920’s physician, surgically treats pancreatic cancer by eliminating the head and sometimes the body of the...
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These are two, very different types of serious cancers. One is not the precursor of the other.
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Pancreatic cancer pain can be severe. Since pain medication is very patient-specific, it would be best to have a pain specialist manage this...
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Anything they want to eat....or can eat, based on their level of nausea. Most pancreatic cancer patients are on pain-killers that can cause nausea or...
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I don't think that anyone knows for sure at this point. Pancreatic cancer has been around a long time before Lipitor, and most people who have...
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Pancreatic neuroendocrine tumors (PNETs) or islet cell tumors are rare pancreatic tumors that account for less than 5% of all pancreatic tumors. They...
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