Pancreatic Cancer Linked to High Sugar Intake


PANCREAS -- Cancer
CANCER -- Patients
FOOD -- Sugar content
CARBONATED beverages

Abstract:The article reports on the risk of people who consume large amount of sugar to develop pancreatic cancer. According to a study conducted on 80,000 men and women from 1997 to 2205, 131 of them have acquired pancreatic cancer. Patients who consume carbonated or syrup-laden drinks were 90% more likely to develop the cancer. In addition, pancreatic cancer is one of the most lethal cancer which kills about 30,000 Americans every year.

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