Facts about PANCREATIC cancer according to the most recent ACS statistics:

According to the American Cancer Society’s most recent 2010 estimates, pancreatic cancer in the United States remains the fourth leading cause of cancer death overall wherein “approximately 43,140 people (21,370 men and 21,770 women) will be diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.”

Of those statistics, 36,800 people (18,770 men and 18,030 women) will die of the disease.

They go on to say that the lifetime risk of developing pancreatic cancer is about 1 in 71 (1.41%), which is about the same for both men and women.

A person’s risk may be altered by certain factors among which include smoking – including people who use smokeless tobacco – obesity, lack of physical activity, and an increased risk factor for this disease in those with cirrhosis of the liver.

Following is CHAI Foundation’s summary of aggregate organs or types of cancer in primary tumors or as result of metastasis, treated earlier outside the U.S. in 35 patients by our late world-class research director, Dr. Eric R. Brown M.D., Microbiologist, Ph.D. Virology and Ph.D. Immunology.

Adrenal Cortex, bone, brain, breast, chest, colon, glioma of the ocular nerve, heart, kidney, leukemia, liver, lung, lymph nodes. melanoma, ovary, pancreas, prostate, rectum, spine, spleen, stomach, testicle, uterus.

CHAI Foundation for Medical Research seeks collaboration estimated at 12 to 18 months on this groundbreaking cancer research treatment.

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