Pancreatic Cancer, an unknown killer says Stansberry Research

Though people may have mainly heard of pancreatic cancer due to the deaths of stars such as Patrick Swayze, and Steve Jobs, pancreatic cancer only makes up about 3% of all U.S. cancer causes (http://dailywealth.co/reclusive.html). It is known as one of the rarest, but most deadly of the forms of cancers. While this is a rare form of cancer, it is rising, and it is hard to diagnose until late in the process. While cancers such as colon, lung, and abdominal seem to be falling in numbers, liver and pancreatic are going to soon be the second and third most common cancers. One reason scientists have come to is because of extra weight. Overweight people seem to have higher rates of pancreatic cancer. Extra weight can lead to a myriad of issues including inflammation, along with increase in insulin leading to diabetes. However, with the new scares involving this disease, pancreatic is a very preventable cancer, and a healthy diet and exercise can be important in targeting it. Some scientists argue that pancreatic cancer can be so deadly, because the bacteria in pancreatic tumors actually suppress the immune system. If you are already unhealthy, sick, and have an unhealthy lifestyle, is seems that this cancer can only be made worse.

The article concludes discussing the breakthroughs. The NCI (National Cancer Institute), is one example of an organization that is providing cutting edge research, and is always on the brink of a new form of assistance. It also mentions, that if one cannot afford treatment, clinical trials can be a popular form, as sometimes the medications are subsidized for the research. This article was written by “The Stansberry Institute.” The Stansberry Research Institute is a private American publishing group that specializes in investment research, it has monthly and bi-monthly newsletters. Along with investment research, Stansberry Research also produce a number of different subjects that specialize in data based research and information. The Newspaper has followers in over one hundred countries. Stansberry Research was founded in 1999 as an independent firm, and from there has grown into more of an advisory research center.