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“Pancreatic cancer is arguably one of the most challenging of human malignancies… Of the several types, exocrine pancreatic tumors (ie adenocarcinoma) account for 95% of all pancreatic cancers and arise from cells lining the pancreatic duct. The high case fatality rate, with approximately 43,140 new diagnoses anticipated in the United States and almost 36,800 deaths in 2010,[1] illustrates these challenges.” (Source)
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Three Months: A Caregiving Journey From Heartbreak to Healing

As a cancer survivor myself, I thoroughly enjoyed Three Months: A caregiving journey from heartbreak to healing. I believe the role of the primary cancer caregiver is the unsung hero in cancer management today. Dietrich Stroeh’s ability to author a

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The case for Low-Dose Naltrexone (LDN) as cancer therapy

As a long term survivor of an incurable cancer, it became clear to me many years ago that cancer patients need to venture beyond conventional oncology in order to heal themselves. While Low-Dose Naltrexone (LDN) is controversial as a cancer

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5 + 7 + 5 Cancer Practices That Must Stop

There was a time when a patient could turn his or her care over to an oncologist. A time, perhaps a generation or so ago, when all patients had to do was nod in agreement. Cancer care today is too

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Pancreatic cancer- ca 19-9 counts

I have questions about ca19-9 counts- URL: http://peoplebeatingcancer.org/pancreatic-cancer —- 86 total views, no views today

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Pancreatic cancer, sleep, caregiver resources?

 My husband was diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer in april2013 with metastasis to the liver…3 spots. The cancer was not there inJanuary, so we think we caught it early. He has responded well to chemo…the3 liver tumors have rby

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Therapies for stage IV pancreatic cancer?

My wife has been diagnosed with stage IV pancreatic cancer.  She hasdone 8 sessions of chemo and frankly feels strongly that chemo is poisoningher body and will kill her before the cancer does. She stopped last week andis looking for

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Possible pancreatic cancer-

a family member has been told he likely has pancreatic cancer ( noted on a CTscan). presently is asymptomatic . Dr. said he is 99 % sure it is malignant.This occurred in May. He is scheduled for an upper endoscopic

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Pancreatic cancer therapies

Pancreatic cancer is an aggressive cancer with a miserable 5 year survival rate. I talk to pancreatic cancer patients and caregivers who are desperate to find therapies to manage their pancreatic cancer. I believe that I have been able to

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pancreatic cancer diagnosis- resected, now what?

my dad has been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer (duttal adenocarcinoma,stage III, resected, 2 out of 15 lymphnodes positive) Survival statistics are horrible. Please, any advice on how to treat thisbeast will be highly appreciated. 24 total views, 2 views today

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Intravenous vitamin C shows promise in treating pancreatic cancer

Conventional oncology has little to offer pancreatic cancer patients. The five year survival stats for the average pancreatic patient is less than hopeful. The article below offers information that is worth consideration if you are a pancreatic cancer patient. Intravenous

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