Cancer of the pancreas is one of the most deadliest among all cancer types – each year tens of thousands of people die from the condition despite receiving aggressive treatment. Doctors point out that the main challenge in fighting this deadly illness is early diagnosis, not ignoring seemingly light symptoms like the loss of appetite. Unfortunately, so far pancreatic cancer death rates have been extremely high – if the condition has progressed, then only five out of a hundred people have the chance to live longer than five years after diagnosis. Nevertheless, scientists are working to develop non- invasive and easily applied diagnostic methods that could improve these numbers. In order to find out more about pancreatic cancer, its symptoms and possible treatment – read this book.