According to the American Cancer Society, pancreatic cancer is the fourth-deadliest cancer on the planet. Because it is often detected in late stages of development, people with pancreatic cancer have just a 5 percent chance of surviving for five years after their initial diagnosis, and it claims hundreds of thousands of lives each year. Read more . . .
Researchers at the University of Cincinnati might have discovered a way to inhibit the growth of a deadly disease: pancreatic cancer.