Potential against pancreatic cancer??

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    Potential against pancreatic cancer??


    Middle Eastern herb shows potential against pancreatic cancer

    Check it out. Sounds interesting. I am trying to source this and add it to the site.


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    Wow, cool find! Good luck sourcing.
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    Good find CC. I'd say that with how much people eat to get big and maximize insulin, pancreatic cancer would be a fear of many but it seems no one is worried. This definitely looks like a great one to investigate and educate overeating bodybuilders and powerlifters.
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    Well I think it is very interesting because of how dangerous pancreatic cancer is. Once you are diagnosed with it, its over!

    I had an uncle die from this. Its just crazy how fast it goes and nothing you can do..

    Very exciting to know there are some natural products out there which could do more than western medicine
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    Quote Originally Posted by CustomCapsule View Post
    Well I think it is very interesting because of how dangerous pancreatic cancer is. Once you are diagnosed with it, its over!
    That's not totally true. It depends how advanced the cancer is but yes, prognosis is usually poor because of late diagnosis.

    Quote Originally Posted by CustomCapsule View Post
    Very exciting to know there are some natural products out there which could do more than western medicine
    That's a very bold statement and one you should be more careful about making as it may deter someone from pursuing real medical treatment. Fruits, vegetables, and plenty of vitamin D can also go a long way to preventing pancreatic cancers, among others, but none of these or the compound referred to in the article are miracle drugs. None are cures and chances are they will not improve life expectancy once diagnosed.
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    keep us up to date on this. There are few cancers that work that fast.
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