Has Pancreatic Cancer Met its Match in This Fruit?
I’m sure that by now you’ve heard the incredibly sad news of Apple Founder Steve Jobs’s death from pancreatic cancer. And although he’s been sick for a long time and it doesn’t exactly come as a surprise, it’s still a devastating loss.
Jobs was a brilliant visionary and his insights and innovations have made a huge and lasting impact on our society. Even after pancreatic cancer became his new normal and we could clearly see the toll the deadly disease was taking on his health he continued to make contributions. But in the end the disease won.
If cancer is a killer…and it is…then I’d have to say that pancreatic cancer is the Evil Big Brother of the cancer world. Usually, by the time pancreatic cancer is found…in approximately 80% of the cases…the tumor has already spread. And if it has spread beyond the pancreas and can’t be removed completely with surgery then your prognosis is very grim.
In fact, most victims of pancreatic cancer that has metastasized don’t survive beyond a year. That’s why finding methods for reducing risks for the disease are so critically important.
And with that in mind I’d like to share with you an important article from HealthierTalk.com Contributor and Director of the Health Sciences Institute Jenny Thompson. In it Jenny tells us about an exciting breakthrough in the war against pancreatic cancer involving…ironically enough…apples.
Please take a few moments to read, Apples Fight Against Pancreatic Cancer. The information could make a real difference in the life of someone you care about.
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An enthusiastic believer in the power of natural healing, Alice has spent virtually her entire 17-year career in the natural-health publishing field helping to spread the word.
She is an advocate of self-education and is passionate about the power of group knowledge sharing, like the kind found right here on HealthierTalk.com. Alice loves to share her views on holistic and natural healing as well as her, sometimes contentious, thoughts on the profit-driven inner workings of traditional medicine.
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