Oaxaca de Juárez, November 12. Most Mexicans help raise pancreatic cancer every day, and even if they know it, they prefer to ignore it.
Until the middle of the summer of 2018, the UNAM Institute of Physiology announced that it is scientifically proven that bottled juices and beverages emit the metabolic syndrome, that is, chemically sweetened beverages are precursors to the chain of lesions that swell and deform human body
With this chronic inflammation, people, in addition to the gradual loss of their mobility, slowly attack the functioning of their organs, especially those with which metabolism is associated: guts, stomachs, liver, kidneys, gall bladder and especially pancreas, so as they gain weight, they lose quality of life.
With every squeeze given to "juice" or soda, there is a steady step towards the collapse of the pancreas, because when consuming these beverages it is excited in excess and many times a day in this instrument, Continuous wear begins to manifest with insulin production deficiency and can peak with the development of a malignant tumor.
In due course, the research team headed by Dr. Marcia Hiriart Urdanivia, explains that among the components of chemically conjured beverages, sucrose is a substance that, when it is repeatedly absorbed, exhausts the pancreas and causes the chemical reactions that peak in abdominal inflammation
Referring to a dictionary, sucrose is white sugar, which is served daily at the table of Mexican households or where dozens of high-quality products are made daily. For example: Kinder milk powder for children from 1 to 3 years old, artificial honey syrups, artificial yoghurts and biscuits, among many others.
Although scientists in the laboratory are developing models to explain, support and demonstrate evidence of damage to health by these products, most Mexicans, including health authorities, little or nothing seem to be interested in this, shows that there is an increasing trend in the number of cases of pancreatic cancer,
So far, this volume represents the sixth cause of death in men and the seventh in women, according to the International Cancer Research Agency (IARC). Pancreatic cancer in Mexico has a frequency of 4000,274 cases per year, with a mortality rate of 4,000 133 cases. In order for people to take care of the organ where the energy that each cell of their body nourishes, each World Pancreatic Day is celebrated every November 15th.
Deadly volume. Just as people over the age of ten are overweight or obese should carefully check their eyes to detect diabetic retinopathy in a timely manner, they also need to know the state of pancreatic health as this organ does not cause discomfort but until it's too late. Experts point out that pancreatic cancer is the ninth most diagnosed tumor in women and the eleventh in males. It is a lethal tumor because only nine out of a hundred patients achieve survival, which lasts only five years.
It is estimated that one of the 63 men and one out of 65 will suffer from this tumor, which in most cases is diagnosed in advanced stages when little or nothing is left to do, since cancer usually has already invaded others instruments.
Dr. José Athié Rubio, medical director of Grupo Biotoscana Mexico and surgeon surgeon Médica Sur, explained that in most cases tumors are not functional and there are few alternative treatments. An example of this is surgical removal, which is only possible in 20% of patients with adenocarcinoma, the most common type of pancreatic cancer. In some cases, with chemotherapy before surgery, this percentage may increase.
Pancreatic cancer is difficult to detect and diagnose in the early stages. Once diagnosed, it can be tested only if it is detected before its spread, when it can be completely removed by a function. "If cancer has spread, palliative care can improve the quality of life of the patient by controlling the symptoms and complications of the disease," said Dr José Athié Rubio.
It is therefore very important to increase social awareness of this disease and to be alert to the need for urgent change that promotes research and, above all, that the treatment of this disease is a public health priority .
In terms of treatments, there are research areas in cancer of the pancreas that seek biomarkers for early detection through records of patients with a history of this cancer, the development of drugs that attack certain genetic mutations, an understanding of how the tumor microenvironment changes administering medicines and using the immune system for treatment.
WHEN TO CONSULT?
Mexican Council of Endocrinology
Tel: (0155) 5086-0155
Mexican Nutrition and Endocrinology Society
Tel: (0155) 5336-9072
Mexican Nutriology Association
Tel: (0155) 5485-5459