Obesity early in life is linked to higher risk of pancreatic cancer

06/24/2009 | NYTimes.com

Obesity raises the risk of pancreatic cancer, and a study found that people who were overweight or obese as teens or young adults are at least twice as likely to develop the disease. Researchers said the study data point out the importance of weight control at a younger age to reduce the risk of the disease.

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