Monday, 23 April 2018

Cancer Cell #early cure #experts advice #find the solution #types of cancer #symptoms #cause #treatment


The Real Truth About Pancreatic Cancer and Liver Disease 3rd International Scientific Conference - Rome, Italy, June 18th & 19th
Join Us In June to Learn From the Greatest Scientific Minds in the World on Cancer, including Pancreatic and Liver Cancer!
To register to attend the 3rd International Conference on Pancreatic Cancer and Liver Diseases, June 18th and 19th, go to: https://pancreas.cmesociety.com/
Check out the following peer-reviewed journals supporting The Pancreatic Cancer and Liver Disease Conference :
Ø  Journal of Cancer & Metastasis Research
Ø  Journal of Hepato-Gastroenterology
Ø  Journal of Medical Oncology

The Real Truth About Pancreatic Cancer and Liver Disease 3rd International Scientific Conference - Rome, Italy, June 18th & 19th


Too Much Sugar Increases Risk of Dying From Cancer

If you're a sugar junky, you might want to rethink your diet. A study published in the International Journal of Cancer discovered that eating high amounts of carbohydrates and sugar during the year prior to treatment for head and neck cancer increases the risk of cancer recurrence and mortality.
However, eating whole grains and legumes after treatment could be protective and reduce your risk of the cancer recurring and your risk of dying.

Researchers tracked the pre- and post-treatment diets and health outcomes of more than 400 cancer patients whose average age at diagnosis was 61. Volunteers were followed for an average of 26 months after they were first diagnosed and treated for squamous-cell carcinoma of the head or neck.
Patients whose diets contained the lowest amounts of simple carbohydrates, which included refined grains, desserts, and sugar-sweetened beverages, consumed about 1.3 servings daily, compared with about 4.4 servings by patients who consumed the most carbs.
Patients who ate the most carbs and sugars (sugars were in the forms of sucrose, fructose, lactose and maltose) in the year before cancer treatment, were at greater risk of dying from any cause during the follow-up period.

More than 69 percent of participants were diagnosed when the disease was at stage 3 or stage 4. During the follow-up period, more than 17 percent of patients experienced recurrence of their cancer, and 42 patients died from it. Another 70 participants died from other causes, according to the study.
Higher mortality rates were found among people with cancers of the mouth who consumed the greatest amounts of total carbohydrates, total sugars, and simple carbohydrates, but similar associations weren't found among patients whose cancers were located in their throats.
"Our results, along with the findings of other studies, suggest that diet composition can affect cancer outcomes," said co-author Amy M. Goss, a professor of nutrition sciences at the University of Alabama, Birmingham.

Other studies have linked diet to oral cancer. Researchers at the University of Pittsburgh found that sulforaphane, a powerful antioxidant compound found in cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli and cabbage, protected mice from oral cancer. The researchers are planning human tests using cancer survivors who are at risk of head and neck cancer recurrences, which are often fatal.
"We're developing a safe, natural molecule found in cruciferous vegetables to protect the oral lining where these cancers form," said Dr. Julie Bauman. "We call this 'green chemoprevention,' where simple seed preparations or plant extracts are used to prevent disease."

An earlier French study found that middle-aged men who drink moderate amounts of wine lower their risk of oral cancers by 20 percent.
Read Newsmax Article: Cancer: Too Much Sugar Increases Risk of Dying | Newsmax.com
The Real Truth About Pancreatic Cancer and Liver Disease 3rd International Scientific Conference - Rome, Italy, June 18th & 19th
Join Us In June to Learn From the Greatest Scientific Minds in the World on Cancer, including Pancreatic and Liver Cancer!
To register to attend the 3rd International Conference on Pancreatic Cancer and Liver Diseases, June 18th and 19th, go to: https://pancreas.cmesociety.com/

Tuesday, 17 April 2018

Our Global Media Partners #Pancreas 2018 #Know more about our conference #plus91 #pinkmedico #voice of leaders #pharmaphorum #pharmed expo #IAB expo #tabeeby #Medical events guide #crowd reviews #Making our conference live in all the sites ;)

Pharmaphorum:

We are a content and communications company offering a unique hybrid combination of publishing heritage and journalism and the creativity and expertise of an agency.
pharmaphorum.com is a leading destination for news and information for pharma professionals, serving 250k of them every month as a Google-recognised source of “real” news and information.
As an agency team at pharmaphorum connect, we work with global pharma companies to apply this expertise in publishing, journalism and content-development to deliver research-based, content-driven and socially-amplified customer engagement.

Medical events guide:

Medical events guide(MEG) is a platform that serves as a guide for trusted information about healthcare and medical events worldwide. We not only provide a trusted source for all interested parties to access information about Medical Expos, CME meetings and Conferences, but also a place for doctors, medical professionals, healthcare investors, device manufacturers, event organizers and venues to interact with each other. By carefully helping medical companies and doctors access the right events for their selected preferences, MEG wants to ensure that events have the maximum coverage and impact on audiences.

Tabeeby:

From Middle East Tabeeby has emerged connecting people to healthcare providers. Since then we succeeded in raising the medical and health awareness among the population, taking the charge and we are in the pole position.
Recently, Tabeeby has been developed into a modern format following a comprehensive upgrade to become the first unique and true Health Social that ensures easy, swift and fast access to thousands of doctors, medical entities & Medical events.
Tabeeby has been featured as a media partner and created a recognition in hundreds of Health and medical events across the world, promoting their activities across our platforms to thousands of healthcare providers and millions of visitors.
Acknowledging that the foremost valuable treasure in life is good health, Tabeeby uses state-of-the-art technology and up-to-date social media innovations to highlight the concept of prime health in our daily life.

Plus91:

Plus91 runs a digital health platform that optimizes the way information and interactions are handled between doctors, patients, clinics, governments and other stakeholders globally. This includes EMRs, Laboratory and Hospital Information Systems, Disease Management Systems, Surveillance Systems, Healthcare Analytics and Healthcare Marketing and Content products.

Pink Medico:

A Registered brand of Anarghyaa ETech Solutions Pvt Ltd, company incorporated under Companies Act 1956 & 2013. We are ISO 9001:2008 certified company, headquartered in Bangalore. We are NABH Accredited Medical Tourism Facilitator
•     Pink Medico is a revolutionary medical and healthcare service aggregator that supports complete healthcare and allied services. We offer Comprehensive product / service page of all categories of medical and healthcare that allows to connect with decision-makers in one simple click, both on-site and from magazine, 365 days a year.

Pink Medico – Medical and Healthcare Print & Digital Magazine:  Our readership includes key decision makers across healthcare segments from large to small, public facilities to private hospitals. The readership profile includes owners, CEOs, medical directors, head of departments, purchase managers, owners of speciality centres, bio-medical.

Voices of Leaders:

"Voices of Leaders is a global B2B networking platform for top executives enabling connectivity at a high level and the creation of partnerships among members.
The platform offers matchmaking B2B services, real time information, data driven recommendations and and geolocation services".

IAB Expo: 

Gathering the regions hospitals, Diagnostic, Laboratory, Analytical, Biotechnology and scientific Instruments & Technology sectors in one Convenient location and providing the perfect platform to discover the latest industry innovations, to network and do business.

Pharmed Expo: 

The leading trade fair for the medical industry in Myanmar and Cambodia-Focusing on hospitals, diagnostic, pharmaceutical, medical and rehabilitation sectors, providing the perfect platform to discover the latest industry innovations, to network and do business.

CrowdReviews:

CrowdReviews.com is a transparent online platform for determining which products and services are the best based on the opinion of the crowd. The crowd consists of Internet users which have experienced products and services first-hand and have an interest in letting other potential buyers their thoughts on their experience. CrowdReviews.com is driven by an algorithm allowing for both customers and providers of products and services to understand how the rankings are determined. The service can be used by potential buyers to learn more about their vendors prior to making a purchasing decision.

Thursday, 12 April 2018

We are against the Pancreatic cancer #Join us at Rome, Italy #Clinical discussion #Screening methods #Medicare #Early detection #Pancreatic Hormones & Enzymes #Pancreatic Meet @Rome , Italy. Do have look to know more about experts ideas #http://pancreas.cmesociety.com/


Pancreatic cancer is a disease in which malignant (cancer) cells form within the tissues of the pancreas. Smoking and fitness history can have an effect on the risk of pancreatic cancer. Pancreatic most cancers signs encompass weight loss, jaundice, and pain. Pancreatic most cancers are hard to stumble on and diagnose early. Tests that take a look at the pancreas are used to discover, & diagnose the level of pancreatic most cancers.
  
   Pancreas 2018 Major Discussions:

v  Pancreatic cancer can be diagnosed early
v  p38g MAPK signaling and pancreatic tumorigenesis
v  Targeting metastasis and drug resistance for treating pancreatic cancer
v  Complications In Biliopancreatic Surgery
v  Targeting the neurotransmitter receptor-driven regulation of pancreatic cancer
v  Alkalizing Nutritional Therapy in the Prevention and Reversal of Any Cancerous Condition
v  Role Of Vitamin D In Modulation Of Muc-1 In Pancreatic Cancer
v  Ticking timebombs due to pancreatitis