Oral bacteria may signal risk for pancreatic cancer

elgehani, Moataz senussi sadek (2018-06-30)

A lot of studies confirm that oral bacteria may increase risk for pancreatic cancer . the pancreatic cancer are very dangerous , occurring in association with many diseases and by many different mechanisms . which is difficult to detect and kills most patients within six months of diagnosis . {6} the pancreatic cancer defined is a malignant tumor of the pancreas. Pancreatic cancer has been called a 'silent' disease because early pancreatic cancer usually does not cause symptoms. the major risk factors that causes pancreatic cancer are : smoking , less consumption of fruit and vegetables , obesity , diabetes , certain oral bacteria , genetic , age or other causes


The amount of oral bacteria in the mouth may be associated with the risk of pancreatic cancer . Previous studies have shown that indicators of poor oral health, including a history of periodontal disease and lots of missing teeth, are associated with an increased risk of pancreatic cancer , and some researchers found that high antibody levels for certain oral bacteria risk to pancreatic cancer {2} This presentation aims to demonstrate that pancreatic cancer may occur with oral bacteria.

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