What Causes Pancreatic Cancer?

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2. Causes of Pancreatic Cancer

DNA mutations and changes can lead to cancers; whether these changes are hereditary or develop over time. These DNA changes can also happen due to constant exposure to harmful materials such as toxins within the bloodstream. But the cause of pancreatic cancer, similar to other cancers, is not quite clear.

Still, studies indicate that about 10 percent of pancreatic cancers are familial or hereditary. In fact, your risk of getting pancreatic cancer increases if you have two or more close relatives who have, or had, pancreatic cancer.

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