Pancreatic Cancer – Who Is Most At Risk?

Pancreatic Cancer is rarely detected in its early stages as symptoms of the disease often do not occur until it is more advanced. For this reason, the disease often spreads to surrounding organs. World Pancreatic Cancer Day (15 November) aims to increase people’s awareness of pancreatic cancer symptoms and to highlight the importance of regular…

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Calming Your Nervous Tummy

Some people call it a “nervous stomach”, some call it irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)… But, whatever you call it, the symptoms can be debilitating and long-lasting. Stress, anxiety and tension can all take their toll on your digestive system, resulting in a range of unpleasant physical symptoms.

Largest Ever Genetics Study Offers Hope to IBD Sufferers

Researchers who conducted the largest ever genetic study into inflammatory bowel disease have identified a genetic variant that doubles a person’s risk of developing ulcerative colitis. This exciting discovery is helping scientists move closer to understanding what causes the chronic condition and opens up new possibilities for more effective treatment in the future.

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