use pancreatic in a sentence.
Especially for pancreatic cancer.
Alcohol has been linked to pancreatic cancer
If he had typical pancreatic cancer he'd be long dead.
Damn, what is it about pancreatic cancer and tech giants?
Um, blaming pancreatic cancer on eating too much fruit?
In particular, are hormone imbalances frequently comorbid with, say, pancreatic cancer?
Though pancreatic cancer is usually rapidly fatal, he had an unusual form that's treatable.
Apparently he died of an extremely rare variant of pancreatic cancer called node.
Sounds like you want my "You do have pancreatic cancer" program, which is 100% accurate.
Another one to pancreatic cancer...
Even worse, he had a relatively rare form of pancreatic cancer that is easier to treat.
But conversely, pancreatic cancer that won't kill you is probably never caught because it is symptomless.
He also died from pancreatic or bone cancer at age 51
It's my understanding that pancreatic cancer survival rates vary significantly by type and that Jobs has an (extremely) rare type that has fairly good survival rates.
Since he's already had surgery for pancreatic cancer, and now this, I wouldn't be too sure about that.
My dad died of pancreatic cancer.
According to the article, most pancreatic cancers are intractable, but islet cell neuroendocrine tumors have excellent survival rates.
And before you say "but pancreatic cancer kills more people", that's also not true.
More people die from breast cancer than pancreatic cancer.
Considering the photos were taken several weeks after his pancreatic tumor surgery, I doubt keeping his office tidy was a top priority.